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Articles written by Robert Pearson  Accessible Media

My Wish List for Media Accessibility in 2014

As accessibility experts and users of all abilities welcome 2014, Robert Pearson takes us through his wishlist on media accessibility.  More

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Web Accessibility Standards in Ontario: Looking Ahead

Ontario is internationally recognized as a leader in the provision of accessibility and is well positioned to lead the Golden Age of accessibility.  More

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South Africa Audio Description: A New Dynamic for Persons with Disabilities and Access to Cultural Venues

Accessible Media Inc. recently began working with members of the Writer's Guild of South Africa and the World Blind Union to focus on Best Practices in Audio Description for Persons with Disabilities in South Africa. More

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The Transition from Accessibility to Universal Access

Robert Pearson sheds light on the transition from an accommodation-based environment to one where universal access is the norm for users to all abilities. More

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Have We Entered the Golden Age of Accessibility?

From a need-based accommodation age, we have now entered the Golden Age of Inclusion and Accessibility for Users of All Abilities, says Robert Pearson. More

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Centralization of Digital Accessibility Knowledge

As web accessibility compliance becomes more widespread and universal, there is an urgent need to centralize all our digital accessibility resources, writes Robert Pearson More

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Accessible Media Inc. at ICT Week Jamaica: Event Review

Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) had the opportunity to participate in ICT Week Jamaica on behalf of G3ict. Here's Robert Pearson's review of the event. More

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All Access Content: The Case for All or More

As the next phase of compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) approaches, AMI's Robert Pearson explores whether compliance can be regulated based on variable accessibility requirements. More

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Event Review: Accessibility Camp Toronto

The third edition of Accessibility Camp Toronto was held recently at OCAD University in Toronto. Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) was proud to sponsor and present at this event for the third consecutive year. More

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Event Reviews: ITU Workshop Making Media Accessible to All and 16th Annual Accessing Higher Ground Conference

Accessible Media Inc participated in two significant events held recently, centering on media accessibility: the ITU Workshop in Geneva and the 16th Annual Accessing Higher Ground Conference in the United States. More

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