Tuesday, July 10, 2012

NAD award

NAD gave its Accessibility Award to CPC of Rockville, Maryland. The closed captioning software company was honored by the National Association of the Deaf at its biennial conference in Louisville last week. CPC Vice President and co-founder Sid Hoffman said:
"CPC is grateful to receive the award, and proud of any contributions it has made via closed captioning software, to fostering the independence of deaf and hard of hearing individuals that make use of closed captioning in their daily lives."
CPC has more than 35 closed captioning software firsts under its belt, including the first simultaneous closed captioning/teleprompting software, the first software closed caption encoder with a U.S. patent, and software that automatically synchronizes closed captions with spoken dialogue.

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