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Archive for category: Audio description

   (2008.12.26)

A fair bit of swearing in the audio description of Wanted. Listen for yourself!

   (2008.04.27)

Jason Scott makes a few mistakes about captioning and audio description (and won’t let me leave a comment on his site)

   (2007.08.14)

Reasons why Helvetica should have something other than cheap-ass captioning and description

   (2007.03.25)

Test the Nation: Blind people can’t use it online or on TV

   (2007.03.12)

An article submitted by Kelly Pierce on the topic of live audio description for theatre

   (2006.12.04)

Some advice for CBC about captioning and description of downloadable video

   (2006.11.09)

In which I launch a micropatronage drive to subsidize me while I raise money for an accessibility research project

   (2006.07.09)

Ideas for measuring accessibility

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