closed-caption television

closed-caption television

[¦klōzd ¦kap·shən ′tel·ə‚vizh·ən]
(communications)
A method of captioning or subtitling television programs by coding captions as a vertical-interval data signal that is decoded at the receiver and superimposed on the normal television picture.
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While in the light of day, during naptime, my wife and I speak the language of closed-caption television, mouthed words and facial expressions tense with powerful meaning, here in the dark we speak in fast-forward porn.
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Others interpret closed-caption television, work with the hearing impaired in schools, or take depositions using computer-aided transcription, changing stenotype immediately into transcript, he said.
Visitation is accommodated via a closed-caption television system.