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Closed captions are important because they help describe every audio element that plays a role in the wider story, not only the spoken words. Captions remove a barrier to access and ensure that everyone, regardless of ability to hear, can access video content. It brings an added bonus of supporting viewing in mobile or social media, where sound is frequently turned off, as well as providing additional visual support for viewing in high noise areas.
Lower Cape News shares the warp and weave of the Lower Cape’s daily life including both its challenges and its triumphs. We want to embrace the funny feature and shine a light on the debate and discussions that shape who we are. We look for the under-reported stories that matter for our local places. We work to bring the national local, not merely parroting news, but also placing it within the regional and local context and exploring what it means … here.
The creative economy and our region's artists in all formats and media form an integral part of our community. HELP UNDERWRITE COVERAGE OF THIS IMPORTANT AREA.
Nothing says summer like baseball. Lower Cape Live takes us all "out to the game" with live cablecast of the Lower Cape's Cape League games.
Lower Cape Community Access TV is a non-profit community based organization that manages channels 99 and 22 for the towns of Brewster, Eastham, Orleans, Truro, and Wellfleet.
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