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  1. Firm to Make Film and TV More Accessible to the Blind

    An online entertainment company is planning to bring visually impaired people into the film and TV conversation with TalkingFlix, the first audio-described entertainment service. Most DVDs and movie theaters don’t include the audio description services that allow blind people to experience visual intricacies of film and TV. But TalkingFlix hopes to provide a full library of audio tracks for Hollywood blockbusters, cult classics and popular TV shows. The program is set to launch later this year, but those excited by the prospect can sign up for the service now.

    Source: The Week

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