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Closed Captioning Policy

by Editorial Desk

At United States Morning Post, we are committed to making our online content accessible to individuals with disabilities, including those who are deaf or hard of hearing. As part of this commitment, we provide closed captioning for our videos to ensure that everyone can access and understand the audio content.

Our Approach to Closed Captioning

  1. Captions Availability: We strive to provide closed captions for our videos whenever possible. However, due to the volume and nature of the content we produce, it may not be feasible to caption all videos, such as live broadcasts or content from third-party providers. In such cases, we will make reasonable efforts to provide alternative accessibility options or provide transcripts where applicable.
  2. Quality and Accuracy: We aim to provide accurate and high-quality closed captions for our videos. Our captions are created using automated technology, human editing, or a combination of both, to ensure the best possible accuracy. However, please note that there may be instances where captions may not fully align with the audio or may contain errors. We appreciate your understanding and feedback in helping us improve our captioning quality.

Feedback and Assistance

  1. Reporting Issues: If you encounter any issues with closed captions on our videos, please let us know. We value your feedback and strive to address any concerns promptly. Please contact us at captioning@usmorningpost.com and provide details about the specific video and the issue you encountered.
  2. Alternative Accessible Formats: If you require access to content that is not captioned or need alternative accessible formats, such as transcripts, please contact us at accessibility@usmorningpost.com. We will make reasonable efforts to provide you with the requested content in an accessible format.

Compatibility and Support

  1. Supported Devices: Our closed captions are compatible with most modern web browsers and devices. However, depending on the specific device or application used to access our content, there may be variations in how closed captions are displayed. We recommend using the latest versions of web browsers and ensuring that your device’s settings are configured to display closed captions.
  2. Need for Assistance: If you require any assistance or have questions regarding closed captioning on our website, please contact us at captioning@usmorningpost.com. We are here to help and ensure that you have a positive and inclusive user experience.

Compliance and Accessibility Standards

United States Morning Post is committed to complying with applicable accessibility standards and regulations, including the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.

Contact Us

If you have any questions, concerns, or feedback regarding our closed captioning policy or accessibility of our website, please contact us at accessibility@usmorningpost.com. We are dedicated to continually improving the accessibility of our content and ensuring equal access to information for all individuals.

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