University Of Wisconsin Awards 3Play Media State-Wide Captioning & Transcription Contract
Updated: February 26, 2018
As the latest development in a national trend toward Web accessibility, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has awarded us a contract to provide captioning and transcription services across the entire UW system (26 campuses + Extension Program). This initiative makes the University of Wisconsin the second statewide university system in the country, after the University of California, to endorse the use of transcripts and captions for web media.
Read more about it in this press release.
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