CCAC invites you to use a new service called “CaptionMatch” launched by the CCAC founder in November 2012. CaptionMatch aims to make it easier for anyone to ask for captioning of any sort easily, in order to facilitate “action” for the CCAC mission (inclusion of quality captioning universally). CaptionMatch also offers providers an option to fill extra hours if interested in additional work. Please read more on the site http://CaptionMatch.com. and then register (free) to place your request for captioning (or subtitles), CART (or STTR), or related (e.g. transcripts for Sign Language videos and presentations). Providers who are registered will respond with questions and/or proposals if they are interested. Your request is anonymous until you select a provider and a “match” is made. Providers agree to pay CaptionMatch a small fee for the service. = At the same time, CCAC, all volunteer captioning advocates, continues to maintain a database of providers who are members of the CCAC. CCAC does not review provider qualifications or experience and takes no responsibility for services from these providers (user is to ask questions, check references, as usual for buying any service). Some of the providers in our database are known to us as professionals; others are unknown to us and have joined the CCAC. We appreciate all who have joined. 2014:
Three states in the USA now maintain a “registry” of CART providers, Illinois and New Jersey and Arizona. If you know of others, please email us. See, for Illinois, http://www2.illinois.gov/idhhc/Pages/CARTServices.aspx and for New Jersey, http://www.nj.gov/humanservices/ddhh/services/2013%20June%20CART%20&%20C-Print%20List.pdf. For Arizona, http://www.acdhh.org/resources/directory
NCRA offers a search function on their website to find a CART provider by your location.
CCAC provider members: In the United States are listed here. Providers outside of the US are shown on this page. Note that many providers travel and/or offer “remote” captioning services in their region or globally.