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Hearing-impaired audiences to enjoy Spring Festival Gala via web


10:20, February 04, 2013

This year's CCTV Spring Festival Gala has set its sights on entertaining even more people than last year. The gala will be broadcast live on several websites specially designed for the hearing-impaired.

This special service has been provided since 2011. Subtitles will be incorporated into the show, for every single performance. With the addition of special technology, subtitles will roll synchronously with the performance.

The webpages have been carefully designed, with an emphasis on the size and color of the fonts. Interactive services are also provided, allowing netizens to express their best wishes for the hearing-impaired. Last year, hearing-impaired people from 15 countries and regions enjoyed the gala online.

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