Saturday, December 3, 2011

Captioning on live TV on airline – kudos to Continental Air for introducing this


Press release from PRNewswire – LiveTV, 11/30/11

LiveTV is proud to announce that, for the first time in the history of inflight entertainment, closed captioning is now available for live television content onboard an aircraft. This system enhancement is a major step forward in delivering the excitement of inflight entertainment to those passengers with hearing disabilities and continues to drive towards LiveTV’s goal of a fully realized “At Home in the Air” experience for each of its end-users.

The Closed Captioning enhancement will initially be offered to passengers on all LTV3-equipped Boeing 737NG aircraft operated by Continental Airlines, a subsidiary of United Continental Holdings, thereby putting each customer in control of the feature while interacting with the 100+ channels of DIRECTV-provided satellite television available onboard. Continental will be the first airline in the world to provide this feature to its passengers.

About LiveTV

LiveTV is the world’s leading provider of live in-flight entertainment and connectivity systems for commercial airlines. Founded in 1998 in Melbourne, Florida, LiveTV has installation and maintenance locations around the world to support the more than 700 aircraft equipped with its products. Current customers include JetBlue, Continental, Frontier, AirTran, Alitalia, Virgin Blue, WestJet and Azul. For a full listing of products and partners, or for more information, please . LiveTV is a wholly-owned subsidiary of JetBlue Airways.


CCAC members and followers – if you try this, please send us some feedback – e.g. does it work well for you? Do you want to ask other airlines to do the same? Do you know anyone at the company LiveTV? if so, tell them about the CCAC soon, all volunteers :-)

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Captioning on live TV on airline – kudos to Continental Air for introducing this
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