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Errors and omissions in CBC captioning


Why does the CBC use British English to write its captioning?


What is with CBC captioners’ fondness for ‘single quotes’?


CBC wouldn’t write a blogging policy, so its bloggers had to do it themselves


In which we explore the writings of the (formerly mysterious) heterosexualist CBC captioner–blogger, “Nugget” (sic)


Two-hour, third-rate, 30-year-old dubbed monster movies that are broadcast when people with real lives are out having a good time: Pop-on captioning. Current, high-profile, prime-time half-hour dramas with a rabidly loyal viewership: Scrollup captioning


If CBC doesn’t blog about captioning, then I will. And that means I set the agenda


Why, exactly, I give a shit about CBC captioning (something given a more colourful name by the Tea Makers)


Now I’m publishing all my documentation of CBC captioning errors and omissions


In which I publish a 12,900-word response to CBC about its failure to provide 100% captioning

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