VITAC’s Doug Karlovits Discusses Sports Captioning, Verbit Acquisition with SVG

May 19 2021 David Titmus
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A Sports Video Group (SVG) interview with Doug Karlovits, VITAC’s chief business development officer, talks about how captioned sports have made an impressive return to television – via both traditional TV and streaming services – over the past few months, and VITAC’s recent acquisition by Verbit, which positions the combined company as the No. 1 player in the professional transcription and captioning market across the legal, media, education, government, and corporate sectors.