Examples of commercially reasonable exceptions may include instances when:
1. A programmer’s production is completed too close to initial air time be captioned offline or may require editorial changes up to air time (e.g., news content, reality shows).
2. A program is delivered late.
3. There are technical problems with the caption file.
4. Last minute changes must be made to later network feeds (e.g., when shown in a later time zone) due to unforeseen circumstances.
5. There are proprietary or confidentiality considerations, or video programming networks or channels with a high proportion of live or
topical time-sensitive programming, but also some pre-recorded programs, use real-time captioning for all content (including
pre-recorded programs) to allow for immediate captioning for all content (including pre-recorded programs) to allow for immediate
captioning of events or breaking news stories that interrupt scheduled programming. The video programmer will make reasonable
efforts to employ live display captioning instead of real-time captioning for prerecorded programs if the complete program can be
delivered to the caption service provider in sufficient time prior to airing.