|But one example of poor closed captioning. Photo from E! Online|
Sometimes the captioning is erratic, disappearing midway through a
program. Other times, it is not there at all even though a 1996 law
requires that all video programming be closed captioned.
Now the Federal Communications Commission is doing something about
it. On Thursday, the agency is expected to adopt new rules that it hopes
will improve the quality of closed captioning.
FCC wants to improve quality of closed captioning - latimes.com