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Deaf News: Ofcom publishes second report on quality of live subtitles

November 11, 2014

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Ofcom has published its second report on the quality of live subtitles in UK TV programmes. The report shows that broadcasters […]

Deaf News: ‘Next generation’ text relay service goes live

October 6, 2014

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Ofcom have announced that deaf people and people with speech impairments should now be able to hold faster, more fluent […]

Deaf people have until 5pm on MONDAY to tell Ofcom whether they want more funding for TV programmes in BSL

September 19, 2014

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On Wednesday, we posted a See Hear interview with Ofcom’s Peter Bourton about the new consultation for sign language programmes […]

Watch: Ofcom’s Peter Bourton talks to See Hear about the new consultation for sign language on TV

September 17, 2014

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Ofcom are currently looking for responses from Deaf people about whether they think TV channels should contribute more towards sign […]

Deaf News: Ofcom asks Deaf people to respond to consultation on BSL on TV

July 22, 2014

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Ofcom is asking whether the choices that broadcasters can make regarding sign language on TV should stay the same, or change. The British […]

Deaf News: Ofcom study reveals average 5.6 second delay in live subtitles – nearly DOUBLE recommended delay

April 30, 2014

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Ofcom today published its first report on the quality of live TV subtitles provided by broadcasters in the UK, looking […]

Deaf News: Ofcom says telecommunications providers must make next generation text relay service available to deaf customers

October 18, 2012

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A new and improved ‘text relay’ service must be made available to people with hearing and speech impairments by all […]