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Enhanced Access to Video for Students with Sensory Disabilities through Emerging Technology - EnhAccess


New Accessible Programming

Canal 22 Internacional

DirecTV (CH 446), AT&T (CH 3022), Spectrum (CH 841),

Grande (CH 205), Wave (CH 518), Verizon (CH 1646).

Visiones y Revisiones

Manos a la Obra

Arquitecturas Mexicanas del Siglo XXI

New Day Films

Available at Kanopy, an on-demand streaming video platform for public libraries and universities. Their films are also broadcast and streamed by a variety of video programming providers.

Detroit 48202

Making the Impossible Possible

Man On Fire

Crawford Entertainment

Discover Florida Channel, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and the Discover Florida Channel available for iOS and Android.

The Outsiders Club - Season 1 to 4

El Club de los Aventureros - Temporadas 1 a 4


Frontier, Verizon, Charter - Spectrum, MTA Communications (Alaska), Liberty PR, Commzoom, Bluestream, Hargray, Century Link, Centurytel and D & P Cable TV.


Lenny & Tweek



POV productions are broadcast by PBS stations around the country.

Wuhan Wuhan


He's My Brother


WIPR has provided educational and cultural programming in Puerto Rico since 1949 when the radio station was established.

Salud y Prevención

La Fórmula STEAM



DIRECTV, DIRECTV NOW, DISH Network, AT&T U-verse TV, Verizon FiOS TV, Comcast, Charter Spectrum, Mediacom, CenturyLink Prism and Altice. Check the guide for all the channels according to geographic location.

Mundo Salvaje con Ron Magill

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Bare Feet

Bare Feet airs on PBS stations nationwide and on Amazon Prime globally.

Bare Feet

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Superfest Disability Film Festival is the longest running disability film festival in the world. Since it first debuted in a small Los Angeles showcase in 1970 it has become an eagerly anticipated international event—hosted by Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State. For more than 30 years, Superfest has celebrated cutting-edge cinema that portrays disability through a diverse, complex, unabashed and engaging lens. Superfest is one of the few festivals worldwide that prioritizes access for disabled filmgoers of all kinds.

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D'Ocon Films

For more than 25 years, we have been producing animation TV series that entertain kids, encourage their imagination and educates them with fun and engaging characters and stories.

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Fred Rogers

Fred Rogers Productions builds on the legacy of Fred Rogers by creating quality children’s media that models an enthusiasm for learning and earns the trust of parents and caregivers.

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Kentucky Educational Television — KET — is Kentucky’s largest classroom, serving more than one million people each week via television, online, and mobile. We’re an innovative and efficient producer of digital education tools for the classroom and Kentucky’s highest-quality source for public affairs and cultural programming.

Passport To Knowledge

GHSPi (Geoff Haines-Stiles Productions, Inc.) and its PASSPORT TO KNOWLEDGE division have produced hundreds of hours of landmark science documentaries and interactive specials for the US and international markets.
Geoff Haines-Stiles was a Senior Producer and director on Carl Sagan’s original COSMOS series, and Erna Akuginow worked with Carl on the NUCLEUS sequel. They partnered to create the first live broadcasts from the South Pole and the Antarctic Peninsula, then collaborated with the Smithsonian Institution and the Brazilian government and produced the first 2-way interactive TV specials from the heart of the Amazon rainforest. Their CREATION OF THE UNIVERSE special was one of public television’s most-loved and most re-run science specials. In 2010-12 they created the 3-part PBS project on climate science and clean energy solutions, “EARTH: The Operators’ Manual.”

I Am Peace

The I am Peace Festival promoted actions related to the construction of Culture(s) of Peace in accordance with the UNResolution A - 53/243. The films shown during the event will be available at the Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP).