Embarrassing Subtitle Error In BBC's Protection Of Queen Elizabeth's Loss of life
Throughout its rolling royal protection since Queen Elizabeth II died on Thursday, the BBC made an embarrassing blunder in its audio subtitles which misheard a key phrase.
The British Broadcasting Company makes use of a system of automated subtitling for the deaf and onerous of listening to and there are sometimes errors within the phrases which are transcribed by the system on display screen.
On Friday, throughout protection of the brand new King – Charles III – and his spouse Camilla as they landed in London from Scotland the subtitles flashed the phrase “vagina” as a substitute of Regina. It was to clarify that Camilla won’t be Queen Regina, or a reigning queen, however a Queen Consort because the accomplice of the brand new monarch.
“BBC subtitles spectacularly mishearing the phrases “Queen Regina” throughout a dialog about Camilla simply now,” one eagle-eyed viewer commented on Twitter quickly after recognizing the awkward second on tv.
Many others adopted swimsuit on social media to say that the state broadcaster must be extra cautious with its audio subtitles.