Magic glasses to Sony glasses

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Closed-captioning glasses are hitting movie theaters in waves. From magic glasses to Sony glasses, theaters are showing signs of meeting the needs of making accommodations for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.  Read the stories below: 

Regal to let deaf moviegoers see what they’ve been missing
Los Angeles Times
His company, the nation’s largest theater chain, will have nearly 6,000 theater screens equipped with closed-captioning glasses that could transform the theatrical experience for millions of deaf and hard-of-hearing patrons who have shunned going to
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Magic glasses for the deaf! NBC’s challenges. More ‘Idol’ drama.
Los Angeles Times
Tuesday’s news includes a story about some new glasses that will make it easier for the deaf to enjoy movies and a look at NBC’s challenges heading into upfront week. Also, today I tested out emailing an alert with a link when the Morning Fix went live.
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