CVAA ONLINE VIDEO CAPTIONING REQUIREMENTS AND DEADLINES


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CVAA legislative history

LEGISLATION

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White Paper: CVAA Online Video Captioning Requirements and Deadlines

The 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) is now the law of the land, requiring video programming that is captioned on TV to also be captioned when distributed on the Internet.

This six-page brief breaks down the legal captioning requirements and clearly lays out which entities and types of content are affected or exempted. If you're a video content producer or distributor, this brief will help you comply with current FCC regulations and anticipate what is coming down the pike.


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The 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) is now the law of the land, requiring video programming that is captioned on TV to also be captioned when distributed on the Internet.

This six-page brief breaks down the legal captioning requirements and clearly lays out which entities and types of content are affected or exempted. If you're a video content producer or distributor, this brief wil help oyu comply wiht current FCC regulations and anticipate what is coming down the pike.

White Paper: CVAA Online Video Captioning Requirements and Deadlines

Captioning requirements and deadlines

REQUIREMENTS

Which are exempted?

EXEMPTIONS

Entities and types of programming that are affected or exempted

ENTITIES

FCC's position on video clips

VIDEO CLIPS

Standards for caption quality, formats, style, and end-user control

STANDARDS

Entities and types of programming that are affected or exempted

ENTITIES

STANDARDS

Standards for caption quality, formats, style, and end-user control

FCC's position on video clips

VIDEO CLIPS

Which are exempted?

EXEMPTIONS