- Ask speakers to clearly enunciate and speak into the telephone or microphone (especially when using the polycom or conference speaker).
- Ask speakers to take turns speaking (one person at a time) so that the captioner is able to capture everything that is being said.
- Ensure that all non-speaking participants have their phones on mute.
- In Q&A sessions, ask speakers to repeat questions from participants prior to answering participant questions.
- Reduce background noise such as paper shuffling, moving of the speakerphone, rustling of snacks, etc.
- Ensure that any video or presentation is played near enough to the telephone or microphone that the captioner can hear the audio.
- Email conference call information (such as participants’ names or preparation material that may apply: acronyms, PowerPoints and/or key terms) to RCC@sprint.com, along with conference ID number found in confirmation email. This will assist captioner to accurately support the communication and captioning efforts during your RCC event.
- Ability to change font size, font style, font color and background to meet your visual needs
For technical or captioning issues during an event, please email RCC@sprint.com or call (800) 590-4197 in order to troubleshoot real-time and ensure captions are received.
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