Sport Venue Survey Your Experience at Sport-Related Venues The NAD’s new Policy Institute will be studying deaf and hard of hearing people’s accessibility experiences across a variety of categories. First up, live professional sporting events! Do you watch live professional sporting events (such as football, basketball, hockey, and soccer) at sports venues? We need your input! Please fill out the survey below by Friday, May 4, 2018! 1. Which would you do, call or online live chat, if you want to contact a professional sports venue? * RequiredCallOnline live chat2. Do you prefer a shared or dedicated screen for captions when attending a sporting event? A shared captioning screen means that the caption text will sometimes be replaced by pictures or ads. A dedicated captioning screen means that the caption text will not be replaced at all throughout the event. * RequiredSharedDedicated3. Below are picture groupings showing a variety of caption colors, sizes, and styles. Please choose one picture, within each category, that you prefer for viewing the captions on the field/court/rink, etc. -- 3a. choose one picture for COLOR -- * Required-- 3b. choose one picture for SIZE -- * Required-- 3c. choose one picture for STYLE -- * Required4. Please choose one picture, within each category, that you prefer for viewing the captions on TVs when walking through the concourse during game breaks.-- 4a. choose one picture for BACKGROUND -- * Required-- 4b. choose one picture for COLOR -- * Required-- 4c. choose one picture for SIZE -- * Required-- 4d. choose one picture for STYLE -- * Required5a. When attending a sporting event, some stadiums offer the option of using a handheld device to display captioning, please choose one: * RequiredI want to use a handheld device for captioningI need to use a handheld device for captioningI would use the device to show captioning only if the on-field captioning does not work or is not availableI will not use the device to show captioning5b. If you do use the option of a device for captioning, would you prefer to: * Requireduse your ownuse one that is loaned by the venue6. Thinking about your entire experience, rank which element is most important to you from top to bottom.Captioning on the fieldCaptioning on the concourseCaptioning on a handheld deviceGeneral accessibility such as fire alarms with strobe lights, etc.Live chat on venue website / phone number used for relayWebsite has information on the type of accessibility providedCustomer experience (friendliness, willing to communicate, etc.)ASL performance on the field for anthems, halftime shows, etc.