AMC to Add Onscreen Captions at Some Locations

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Channel 4 subtitles to remain unavailable until mid-November

Subtitles, audio descriptions and signed broadcasts are likely to remain unavailable to viewers of Channel 4 until mid-November, after an incident in September severely affected the broadcaster’s output. A month…

The Guardian view on CBeebies: cherish this British success | Editorial

The BBC has a proud track record of imaginative and inclusive children’s broadcasting. Long may it last Britain has a long and grand tradition of children’s storytelling and, ever since…

‘A brilliant role model’: CBeebies hires first presenter with Down’s syndrome

20-year-old actor George Webster says he is ‘so proud’ to be joining the BBC channel, having previously made a video on the misconceptions around the genetic condition The BBC’s preschool…

Guidance for government digital publishing and services: Content and publishing – detailed information – GOV.UK

Guidance for government digital publishing and services Content and publishing: detailed information From: Government Digital Service, Cabinet Office, and Department for Work and Pensions Subscriptions Get emails for this topic…

WebAIM: Captions, Transcripts, and Audio Descriptions

Captions, Transcripts, and Audio Descriptions You are here: Home > Articles > Captions, Transcripts, and Audio Descriptions Article Contents Captions Transcripts Audio Descriptions Captions Accessible multimedia (visual and auditory content…