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Leader in Service


"We can always count on West Coast Captioning to deliver accurate scripts and captions, even with the tightest of deadlines."

--Jonathon Shore, Vice President
Distribution, Post Production for Brightlight Pictures

"We can always count on West Coast Captioning to deliver accurate scripts and captions, even with the tightest of deadlines."

--Koah Kruse, Post Production Supervisor, Brightlight Pictures

"I have used West Coast Captioning for the past 12 years on various television series for both broadcast and streaming and couldn't be more happy! They have been highly efficient, priced competitively and always exceed deadlines. I look forward to working with WCC on future upcoming projects."

--Irene Sommerfeldt, Senior Editor

"It is always a pleasure to deal with West Coast Captioning. Always on schedule and always the highest standard."

--Chris Thurston, Post Supervisor

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About West Coast Captioning Inc.

Captioning since 2001

West Coast Captioning Inc. est. 2001 is an integral part of the West Coast Television and Film Industry. We specialize in open and closed captioning, captioning for the web, embedding captions, subtitling, As-Produced Scripts, CCSL scripts (combined continuity and spotting lists) and Dialogue Scripts. West Coast Captioning is up to date with CRTC and FCC captioning standards and guidelines.

West Coast Captioning commits to the highest-quality service, always providing a fast turnaround, and insuring that deadlines are always met. West Coast Captioning has captioned thousands of titles to date; some of our clients include: A&E, Disney, Showcase, CBC, Knowledge Network, Netflix, Lifetime, Hallmark, Sony, E-One, SyFy, NBC Universal, and Daro.

To discuss your project or for further information, please do not hesitate to contact our office at wccaptioning@shaw.ca

We look forward to assisting you.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are basically two styles of captioning: pop-on and roll-up. There is a third option, paint-on. Paint-on may be used to display a caption at the beginning of a program, but they are rarely used throughout the program.

Millions of viewers watch closed captioning. Not only is it for the hard of hearing but it also can be used as an educational learning aide, helping young children or ESL students learn the language by following the captions on the screen.

A CC within a television shape is the symbol that indicates whether a program is captioned or not.

Captions are very easily accessed in your home. The user manual provides specific instructions. In most cases though, there is a button on the remote control or instructions on how to activate captions within the menu option.


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