In my case the voice seems over riding my setting in the Motorola STB.
TV set is Panasonic HD plasma. Depending on program voice is coming
through even if CC is disabled. Only text gets always disabled.
This is a good idea. I'm tired of doctors' waiting rooms, tire stores,
restaurants, where the tv is on but you don't know what they're saying.
Though I think they keep the volume one notch above zero just to tease
There was a special version of Sound of Music broadcast a couple weeks
ago. A narrator read the captions, produced by, starrring.. etc. and
also described what was happening on the screen, as if the show was for
adapted for blind people. She had a soft, distinctive, that is,
At the same time, for the songs, it was like Mitch Miller. The lyrics
of the song came on as subtitles one line at a time, with the word being
sung in a different color. (No bouncing ball.) Obviously not for
blind people. The did hoopla in advance and I ony heard the tail end but
I think you were supposed to invite a bunch of people over and sing
along with the movie.
Is there much singing in Bones? Did the narrative describe each
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