Rev.com Partners with Film Festival Alliance on Captioning

Speech-to-text engine provider Rev.com is partnering with Film Festival Alliance (FFA) to provide discounted captioning services for FFA members.

"More and more film festivals are requiring captions on all films," said Rev's founder and CEO, Jason Chicola, in a statement. "We're honored to partner with FFA and its members to make films more accessible to all viewers. This is a step in the right direction toward unlocking the full potential of speech for everyone, everywhere."

"FFA is looking forward to our partnership with Rev and the benefits it will provide to our membership and filmmakers," said FFA Executive Director Lela Meadow-Conner in a statement. "As we move closer toward supporting the accessibility of cinema, this is a vital step to engage the independent filmmaking and exhibition communities in this initiative."

Rev was the official captions provider and accessibility partner of the 2021 Sundance Film Festival in January Using Rev's services, the festival made more than 6,780 minutes of video more accessible by adding captions.

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