Canal 22 Internacional recognized by the American council for the Blind for its commitment to accessibility
On November 18, Canal 22 Internacional, one of our great allies on accessibility in Spanish within the TVAccess project funded by the United States Department of Education, received the Outstanding Contribution in International Accessibility Award from the American Council for the Blind, Audio Description Awards.
What is the status of audio description in Spanish in the U.S.? What happens with the Secondary Audio Channel (SAP) when delivering audio description in Spanish?.
Alma’s Way is Available in Spanish, Produced Through a Partnership Between Fred Rogers Productions, Timeline Digital, and Dicapta
Alma’s Way, the new series from Fred Rogers Productions and created by Sonia Manzano, gives children ages 4-6 the tools to find their own answers, express what they think and feel, and recognize and respect the unique perspective of others while showcasing a diversity of cultures and flavors in its Spanish audio track version.
You are invited to the 4th Ibero-American Film Festival Miami (IAFFM), November 3rd trough the 7th. This year, the IAFFM, in collaboration with Dicapta, is bringing accessibility to the main stage.
Non-compliance with Captioning over the Internet Rules Results on a $3.5 Million Fine for Pluto TV & ViacomCBS
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) fined Pluto TV & ViacomCBS $3.5 million for non-compliance with the captioning over the internet rules. This is the first action taken over an internet video provider regarding the violation of the internet protocol closed captioning rules. Pluto, besides failing to make the captions available, also failed in making contact information available for the reception and handling of captioning complaints.
We are thrilled with the most recent podcast episode of Reid My Mind featuring Dicapta's President, Maria Victoria Diaz. Reid My Mind is hosted and produced by Tom Reid. Tom, like Maria Victoria, has Hispanic roots, loves music, advocates for accessibility, and is a tech geek.
Did you know that you can automatically receive emergency alerts on your phone just by modifying your notification settings? It is important to be aware of situations that may pose a danger to you. Here's how easy it is to enable emergency alert messages on your phone.
On August 11, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Telecommunications Commission (FCC) will conduct a national test of emergency alerts. If you are deaf, blind, and/or have hearing or visual disabilities, your help will be very important to inform the FCC about accessibility problems in receiving these alerts.
Dicapta joins Nickelodeon Latin America in its leadership in favor of audiovisual accessibility for children
This Saturday, July 17 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., Nickelodeon Latin America presents in Mexico the TV special "Fanáticos del Agua" totally accessible for children with visual and/or hearing disabilities through Access4All.