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Comment by Madonna Farrell on May 31, 2015 at 11:41

is there a broadcast captioners brief form section?

Comment by Anna Powell on April 1, 2015 at 17:00

Hello! BCCS is looking for captioning help full or part time. A wide variety of work, news/sports, etc. Please let me know if you are interested!

Comment by Tom Brown on October 23, 2014 at 22:05

We need broadcast captioning for 3 shifts on Friday 10/24:

(all times Pacific)

12-12:30 PM
2-2:30 pm

 5-5:30 PM
If available please write jobs@ecaptions.com  ASAP
Thanks!
Comment by Accurate Secretarial LLC on July 19, 2014 at 10:14

Afternoon, everyone!

We've been members of CSRNation for a few years now and are ready for professionals to take a look at our YouTube endeavor, The Closed Captioning Project.

We are playing with new ideas for closed captioning as well as captioning political speeches for the greater good of the Internet.

Any comments, suggestions, subscriptions would be greatly appreciated.

http://www.youtube.com/user/accuratecaptioning?feature=watch

Thank you!

Daniel Peterson

admin@accuratesecretarial.com

Comment by Oscar Garzon on July 14, 2014 at 13:37

Good afternoon.  Thank you for allowing me to join this wonderful group.

My name is Oscar Garzon.  I am the Court Reporting Program Chair at New York Career Institute.  I am looking for one or two Closed Captioning Instructors.  If interested, please e-mail me at ogarzon@nyci.edu, or call me at 212-962-0002, ext 118.  We have a beautiful lab specifically for teaching Closed Captioning with the BCS and ACCU CAP.  We just need the professional instructor.  Thank you and hope you all have a great day.  Oscar Garzon

Comment by Bece Kidder on July 11, 2014 at 12:33

Hey, what the average rate for on-site captioners?  I am a CART provider looking to make the transition and was just curious.

Thanks!!!!

Comment by Beth Douglas on February 27, 2014 at 10:35

Has anyone worked with Captions Unlimited Services to provide captioning?

Comment by Janiece Young on October 22, 2013 at 22:15

Hi, Beth,

There is a group on Yahoo.  It is called broadcastcaptioners@yahoogroups.com.  They are pretty active.  You will have to ask to join.  I think you may be able to get a lot of information there.  Also, I think there are some captioners on Linkedin.

Comment by Beth Douglas on October 22, 2013 at 21:26

Hello!  I have been a freelance reporter on CaseCATalyst and want to make a switch and either do CART work or broadcast captioning.  Any tips you can send my way would be appreciated! I am in Northern California.

Comment by Tami Moore on December 4, 2012 at 12:40

Hi :) Anybody in the broadcast captioning field interested in communicating with me? I was a freelance RPR court reporter for 14 years, but had to give up the career because my precious daughter with cerebral palsy was born 8 years ago.  Hence, I haven't worked in 8+ years.  Surprisingly, I find out I can still write pretty darn well!!  So the field of broadcast captioning/CART seems like the perfect answer for me, once I rebuild my speed and train of course.  Please, can someone talk to me about the reality of what to expect in the field?  I would appreciate it more than you know :) :)  Thank you!!

 

 

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