Los vídeos con subtítulos obligatorios en los aviones, en Estados Unidos, una vez más

Según la noticia Historic agreement reached: closed captions will be mandatory for US airline in-flight entertainment, los vídeos que se emitan en los aviones de las aerolíneas de Estados Unidos tendrán que tener subtítulos para las personas sordas y con problemas auditivos:

  • All new in-flight entertainment systems, whether on newly delivered aircraft or newly-installed on existing aircraft, must be capable of supporting closed captions and audio descriptions as of the effective date of the final rule.
  • If an aircraft has inaccessible seatback in-flight entertainment systems, it must provide an alternative personal entertainment device (PED) with accessible comparable video content.
  • Airlines shall request from video content providers that 100% of covered in-flight entertainment content are closed-captioned and audio-described, and shall obtain such covered video content with closed captions and audio descriptions available from the content providers, including edited versions.
  • Airlines will need to provide users the ability to customize closed captions (font sizes, colors, etc.)


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