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Why NO Live Captions During Online Emergency Announcements?

Red bar saying "Where are captions?!" on a viral video about a not qualified interpreter in an yellow shirt during an emergency announcement about Irma

There was a video by Fox 13 News Tampa Bay via Facebook yesterday that featured a man in a bright yellow shirt what turned out to be not a professional interpreter but someone who knew some ASL. This caused a big furor in the Deaf community.

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Hurricane Sandy and Interpreter Sensation

When it comes to emergency preparedness as it happened during the hurricane Sandy that hit NYC area in October, it is important that deaf and hard of hearing people are informed via visual means such as captioning and sign language interpreting. So I applaud Bloomberg for using a professional sign language interpreter during his emergency announcements on TV along with captioning.

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