Closed Captioning Options

At BCCS, we offer a wide variety of solutions for your Closed Captioning needs.

Our mission statement is to provide the most accurate and as close to 100% representation of the audio position of the telecast without compromising the visual enjoyment of the program for the captioning consumer.

Broadcast Captioning & Consulting Services (BCCS)

Why Choose BCCS?

  1. Over 30 Years of Vast Broadcast Experience
  2. Wide Variety of Programming
  3. High Quality
  4. 30,000 Hrs of Closed Captioning Annually
  5. Serving both Canada & the United States
Real

Real Time Captioning

  • Live Shows
  • Emergency Coverage
  • Used in situations where it is impossible to provide offline captioning for a taped program due to the tight turnaround or technical challenges
Offline Captioning

Off-Line Captioning

  • Fast Turnaround
  • For Pre-Recorded Programs
  • Different Captioning Formats
Audio

Audio Descriptive

  • Narration describing the visual elements of the program
  • Does not interfere with dialogue or sound effects of the show
Real Time Captioning
Real Time Captioning
  • News Events
  • Sporting Events
  • Live Cut-Away Shots
  • Emergency Coverage
  • Telethons
  • Crisis Situation
  • Captionists Located Across North America
  • Compliance with CRTC and FCC
Roll Up Captioning
Roll Up Captioning
  • For Non-Live or Pre-Recorded Programs
  • Captioning at Very Affordable Rates With Fast Turnaround
  • Three Line Roll-up Captions
  • Free of Spelling and Grammatical Errors
Timed Roll Up Captioning
Timed Roll Up Captioning
  • Similar to Roll Up Captioning
  • Programmed with Embedded Time Codes
Pop On Captioning
Pop On Captioning
  • For Non-Live or Pre-Recorded Programs
  • Free of Spelling and Grammatical Errors
  • Appear anywhere on screen for a wide range of practical and visual advantages
Audio Descriptive
Audio Descriptive
  • Providing Narrated Descriptions of Scenes
  • Service for Blind and Visually Impaired Audience
  • Uses Second Audio Program (SAP)
CRTC
www.crtc.gc.ca
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is an independent agency responsible for regulating Canada's broadcasting and telecommunications systems. They report to Parliament through the Minister of Canadian Heritage.
FCC
www.fcc.gov
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent United States government agency. The FCC was established by the Communications Act of 1934 and is charged with regulating interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. The FCC's jurisdiction covers the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions.