Browsing All posts tagged under »speech to text«

“It’s amazing to find out that someone has gone back to the theatre after a 10 year absence.” Meet outgoing STAGETEXT CEO, Tabitha Allum

August 14, 2014


After ten years leading STAGETEXT, the charity that work to provide access to theatre and the arts through captioning and […]

Charlie Swinbourne: Music venues should follow Glastonbury and give Deaf people better access to concerts

June 30, 2014


By all accounts, this year’s Glastonbury festival went down a muddy storm, and even better, the festival has also been […]

Meet: Suzie Jones, co-founder of the ‘Pardon’ Facebook group

September 18, 2013


Hi Suzie! Describe the aims of the group? The needs of deaf and HOH people are diverse. We listen if […]

“YouTube’s auto captions? Don’t make me laugh!” Meet Claire Hill, expert stenographer!

April 17, 2013


I first worked with Claire Hill when she provided speech-to-text for live comedy at Soho Theatre. I was amazed at […]

Ginny Kanka: How subtitled talks provided by STAGETEXT reduce the stress of trying to lipread!

April 9, 2013


For decades, art galleries had FREE lunchtime talks – something I’ve always wanted to go but didn’t – as the talks […]

Live talks in museums and galleries – have you tried speech-to-text?

February 1, 2013


Have you tried speech-to-text? The information below comes courtesy of one of this site’s supporters – theatre access charity STAGETEXT. […]