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Audio description

  1. DVD accessibility: Is DVD the most accessible medium yet invented? Yes, theoretically, especially when it comes to audio description. Find out more
  2. Standard techniques in audio description: An initial training and standardization document (written for a 2001 conference but still relevant)
  3. How different are commentary (or play-by-play) and audio description on live television? Very different. Read how: Audio description vs. play-by-play commentary on live TV
  4. The miserable incompetence of AudioVision Canada is now documented on its own subpage, AudioVisionWatch, with reviews (The Last Days of Disco, The Arrow, The Hunchback, Anne of Green Gables)
  5. Comments on U.K. “guidelines” on audio description

See also

The CRTC, CTV, and audio description,” an old article.

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