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How to Use Closed Captions on YouTube

Did you know that our hearing impaired and elderly customers (and prospective customers) can listen to our show live on YouTube with closed captions? 
 
Here's how it works:
 
The YouTube channel for our live/archived shows is: 
 
 
When you click on this link, you will see various videos. When our show is live, you will see a new YouTube with the word, "Live" on the video. Here is an example:
 
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Here is the YouTube link for our latest show:
 
 
Let's pretend the video is live (although closed captioning would be beneficial for listening to archived videos, too). How would a hearing impaired or elderly customer get captions? It's quite easy. They would click on the box on the right hand side of the video that contains the letters, "CC".  See:
 
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When someone clicks on the "CC," closed captions automatically are generated at the bottom of the video. See:
 
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