Video-relay services could be affected under proposal

05/19/2010 | Columbia Daily Tribune (Mo.)

Companies that provide video-relay services to allow people with hearing impairments to make video telephone calls through a sign-language interpreter may be forced to shut down if proposed payment cuts from telecommunications companies are approved by the Federal Communications Commission, one such company argues. More than 10,000 people have filed comments on the issue with the FCC, many touting the importance of VRS, which could become fee-based and less accessible under the new arrangement.

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