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Why doesn't the audio match the video I'm watching on CBC Newsworld?

Chances are you are hearing Voiceprint, an independent audio service for blind and vision-impaired Canadians that includes entertainment, news, and information, often read by volunteer presenters. Voiceprint is available on Secondary Audio Program or SAP which is an audio setting on your Television. To hear the CBC Newsworld audio, you need to have your television audio set with the SAP feature off and stereo sound on.

Turning SAP on and off is done on most television sets through a menu using the remote control. Every television set is different, so the best way to do that is to follow the instructions in your owner's manual.