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2021 Started with Audio Description Available in More Areas of the Country

As of January 1, 10 more areas of the country are covered by the legal audio description requirements. Stations affiliated with ABC, CBS, Fox, or NBC in Knoxville, Little Rock-Pine Bluff, Dayton, Lexington, Tucson (Sierra Vista), Honolulu, Green Bay-Appleton, Des Moines-Ames, Roanoke-Lynchburg, and Spokane, must provide at least 87.5 hours of audio description per quarter in their programming.

Accessibility for Feeling Through is powered by All4Access

We are honored to be powering accessibility for the Feeling Through film with the All4Access repository and app. Feeling Through is an inspiring film about human connection, and it is the first to feature a deaf-blind actor in a lead role.

Good trip Orly

Bogotá. Outdoors, sunny day. Standing, Orlando Arenas embraces Lourdes Fiallos and María Victoria Díaz, at his sides.

Knowing that you would leave so soon, I would have made sure to repeat to you a thousand times how talented you were, how silly you were, and how your voice and your laughter will continue to be heard for a long time. We will meet again, and I will tell you all that. We will laugh again with the memories of the adventures we shared.

Launch of Cine con Sentido - Accessible Cinema in Spanish for Latinos in the United States

On December 3, celebrating the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we officially launched Cine con Sentido. The main objective of this initiative, conceived by Dicapta and Canal 22 Internacional, is to highlight the benefits of making, offering, and enjoying accessible audiovisual content supporting in this way the inclusion of our Latino community.

WeCamFest Inclusive Film Festival

This week, the inclusive film festival WeCamFest is held online. It presents a selection of 45 films from 23 countries, all with themes around disability. You can get your ticket for the festival here.