Upcoming Webinar with Netflix and Entertainment Merchants Association: Closed Captioning the Digital Distribution of TV & Film
On April 17, Sean Bersell from the Entertainment Merchants Association and Dae Kim from Netflix will be joining 3Play Media’s Josh Miller and Claudia Rocha for a webinar entitled Closed Captioning Best Practices and Legal Requirements for Digital Distribution of TV & Film.
The free webinar will discuss the new and upcoming FCC regulations requiring video programming that is captioned on TV to also be captioned when distributed on the Internet. If you’re curious about the legal obligations, best practices, and standards for captioning entertainment and media content, this is the webinar for you. It will cover FCC regulations, exemptions, affected programming, standards for captioning and subtitling, the FCC’s new mandates on caption quality and end-user control, and the best practices for caption formats, certifications, frame rate, styling, and onscreen placement.
With numerous legal requirements recently instated, and with more impending deadlines on the horizon, this webinar will help you navigate your next course of action in terms of captioning and subtitling.
Registering for the Webinar
You can register for the free webinar here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information for joining the webinar.
Title: Closed Captioning Best Practices and Legal Requirements for Digital Distribution of TV & Film
Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Sean Bersell: VP, Public Affairs, Entertainment Merchants Association
Dae Kim: Content Partner Operations Engineer, Netflix
Josh Miller: Co-Founder, 3Play Media
Claudia Rocha: Operations Manager, 3Play MediaMore: best practices, broadcast captions, caption certifications, caption exemptions, caption formats, caption frame rate, caption placement, caption quality, caption standards, caption styling, caption user control, caption video clips, closed caption formats, closed captioning, EMA, exemptions, FCC, FCC caption rules, IPTV captions, Netflix