Accessible Media Inc. announced today its robust programming schedule for the 2016 fall season, featuring a variety of new comedies, dramas and reality programs alongside returning favourites, AMI original programs and an extensive collection of documentaries. Additionally, AMI-tv will once again partner with CBC to provide coverage of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games throughout September.
Accessible Media Inc. announced today that it has partnered with CHEK-TV in British Columbia to help make the independent broadcaster’s programming lineup more accessible to the blind and low vision community.
In the lead-up to its coverage of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, Accessible Media Inc. announced today that it will air a one-hour special documentary focused on the search for Canada’s next generation of Paralympic athletes entitled Are You #PARATOUGH? The special will premiere on AMI-tv Thursday, August 18 at 6 p.m ET.
Accessible Media Inc. announced today that its flagship original program AMI This Week will hit the road in August, stopping in four major Canadian cities to shoot on location episodes.
Accessible Media Inc. announced today that its cooking show with an accessibility twist, Four Senses, is returning for a fourth season and will begin production this fall.
Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) is pleased to announce that its AMI-audio channel was recently recognized with seven international awards for excellence in programming and one national award for radio creative.
Accessible Media Inc. announced today that fan favourites Canada in Perspective and Blind Sighted with Kelly MacDonald will both return for new seasons in June alongside a new original program called Montreal Housemates.
Accessible Media Inc. announced today the launch of two new websites: AMI.ca in English and AMItele.ca in French. Both websites were completely reimagined and rebuilt from the ground up to be fully accessible, user friendly and more reflective of the organization’s mandate to make accessible media for all Canadians.
Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) announced today that it has partnered with Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival to ensure that this year’s event is more accessible to the blind, low vision, deaf and hard of hearing community
Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) announced today that it will air 15 Sportsnet simulcasts of Toronto Blue Jays games in 2016 with live described video making them accessible to fans who are blind and partially sighted.