AMI in the News

  • AMI launches audio described French-language channel

    Posted on December 18, 2014

    Media Access Australia covers the launch of AMI-télé, the world's first French-language channel to present its entire schedule with open audio description.

  • New TV station for the visually impaired

    Posted on December 08, 2014

    Philippe Lapointe, Vice-President of Programming and Production for AMI-télé, discusses the launch of the first French language station designed for blind and partially sighted Canadians.

  • Disability as a Driver of Accessibility

    Posted on October 21, 2014

    AMI's Director of Accessible Digital Media, Robert Pearson, discusses how individuals with disabilities can help shape their organization's accessibility standards.

  • Four Senses host Christine Ha on Steven and Chris

    Posted on September 24, 2014

    Christine Ha, host of Four Senses on AMI-tv, joins Steven and Chris in the kitchen to prepare a Thai curry dish.

  • Predicting an Inclusive Future

    Posted on September 23, 2014

    What would the future hold if accessibility was not considered? AMI's Robert Pearson discusses the importance of working toward full-scale accessibility.

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December Highlights

Posted on December 04, 2014
Happy Holidays from Accessible Media! This month, we present at Accessibility Camp Ottawa and attend the 7th Annual Ability Starts Here Symposium in Halifax.
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