Answered By: Debra Flewelling
Last Updated: Aug 26, 2014     Views: 12

A production that is closed captioned is capable of displaying a written description, in the form of subtitles, of the audio content in the program.

Closed captioning requires either a compatible television monitor or a special decoding unit. Videos in the collection that are closed captioned are noted as such in the Library Catalogue. When searching for productions with captioning in the Library Catalogue, add the phrase "and closed captioned" to a keyword search.

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