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The idea of making television for people who are blind or partially sighted is often met with a genuinely unassuming question from people who are unfamiliar with the accessibility world: But how? Find out how AMI-tv is doing it. Read more>
People with disabilities form the world’s largest minority group, and disability affects people of every age, ethnicity, religion, gender, and sexual orientation. Why, then, do we rarely see people with disabilities on TV, stage, or the big screen?  Read more>
Do you know about AMI-Media? Read on to learn about AMI's audio programs, what AMI hosts think about disability representation in the media, and what you can do if you're interested in working in broadcasting.  Read more>
How do you connect with the people in your life and keep up with what’s happening in the world? From texting to tweeting, from downloading to binge watching, we can access more information online faster than ever before. But what if the media we want to consume is not accessible to us?  Read more>