Why no closed captioning?

  • May 13, 2013

I don’t understand why restaurant and bar owners spend good money for high-definition, flat-screen television sets and then don’t use the closed captioning option so we can know what is being said over the happy noise of the place.

It costs nothing, and then we could enjoy the television sets they have provided while we eat and drink.

Nicholas Collins


Why no closed captioning?


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