Thursday, October 18, 2012

A request for people posting the close captioning


 I understand you are doing an important function for the hearing impaired, allowing them to watch television and follow the events on the screen.

But why do you ALWAYS put the closed captioning right over the score?
You know the box with the score, the balls and strikes and outs?

The only time we get to see that information is when Tim McCarver or Joe Buck shuts up. Which of course would be never.

And if we are at a bar or gym or public place, the captioning is on which means nobody knows what the heck the score is, the count or anything!

Put it at the bottom.


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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous6:04 AM

    I rely on captions for commentary (which pretty much sucks for the most part) but I am with you; the captions should not cover the scores. I have seen it where the captions are at the top but indented just to the right of the top left graphic. I don't know why this isn't the standard.