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Better Website Accessibility Also Means Tax Breaks

By Verbit Editorial

While most business owners want to make their websites and brands more inclusive, many cite lack of budgets and resources as the key factors holding them back. However, with up to 59.6% of the disability community living in a household with Internet and the greater population spending more time online, website accessibility has ultimately become a need for businesses. Not…
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Nontraditional Use Cases for Captioning & Transcription

By Verbit Editorial

55% of people watch video content every day, and 78% of people watch videos online every week. As audiences and consumers spend more time glued to their screens, businesses and organizations are investing more than ever in their video content. Video content creators at brands and businesses are looking to improve the outcomes and engagement of their videos. With this…
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Research to Inform Back To School Decisions

By Verbit Editorial

Verbit’s team recently commissioned a survey, Higher-Ed Accessibility Uncovered, to deep-dive into the accessibility and inclusion measures being taken at today’s institutions. The team wanted to explore the knowledge and decision-making processes of today’s higher-ed professionals to inform our community as they head back to school this fall. Additionally, the team wanted to gain an understanding from students with disabilities…
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Verbit CEO Tom Livne To Speak at SlatorCon Remote

By Verbit Editorial

Slator estimates that the video localization market will be valued around $4.97 billion by the end of 2021. Video localization technologies such as captioning and transcription are being used more than ever before, contributing to this growing video localization market across the globe. To educate business leaders seeking insights on video localization services and technologies Verbit Founder and CEO Tom…
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Caption Content Easily with Key Integrations

By Verbit Editorial

Captioning helps with video engagement and accessibility and is therefore being used by the majority of businesses creating video content. However, captioning can be a super manual process if not done effectively. With the goal of simplifying the captioning process to encourage more businesses to make their videos accessible, Verbit has invested in offering key integrations with a variety of…
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Captioning? Don’t Settle for Anything Less Than Fast Turnaround Time

By Sarah Roberts

Most people become frustrated after waiting at a traffic light for just 25 seconds. Research strongly indicates that modern humans expect unrealistically rapid results. The Internet, two-day shipping, streaming services and the ability to download entertainment on-demand are contributing to an incredibly impatient population. However, there are times when people are right to expect fast turnaround times. For millions of…
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Striving For Greater Accessibility At The Paralympics

By Verbit Editorial

The Olympics are considered a symbol of progress and prosperity for many people. As the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, a title which is still used as the games were postponed during last year’s pandemic, take place, business leaders are becoming increasingly interested in the experiences and stories of the athletes involved, particularly in relation to the Paralympics and how to make…
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Back To School: The Continued Importance of Accessibility In-Person

By Verbit Editorial

As the new school year approaches, K-12 schools, colleges and universities are transitioning back to in-person learning and physical classrooms. Returning from almost a full year of delivering learning remotely is exciting to many. However, it’s important that school leaders do not simply resort back to education as it was. Remote teaching and online learning delivered helpful insights on how…
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How Video Captions & Transcripts Improve SEO

By Verbit Editorial

Savvy business leaders are always looking to improve the reach of their brands, keeping SEO as a top-of-mind strategy to do so. The challenge of increasing website reach, particularly for greater Search Engine Optimization (SEO), is something that many organizations struggle with. Studies have shown that 68% of site traffic comes from search engines, a number that will only continue…
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How District Attorneys Benefit from Legal Transcription Technology

By Sarah Roberts

District Attorneys rely on transcripts to build their cases. Each prosecution involves significant amounts of evidence and information, and some individual DAs are handling more than 1,000 cases a year. These statistics indicate that many prosecutors are responsible for far more cases than they should be. Given the pressure to work with massive caseloads, professionals must incorporate innovation into their…
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