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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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