Closed captions are a feat of modern technology! They are a dynamic tool that can be used to make your content more engaging, flexible and accessible.
Every student is different! Here’s how to provide access for students with disability in an individualized way.
At the cutting edges of technology and digital accessibility, live translation is emerging as a powerful tool for businesses around the world.
To make the world of online meetings a little easier for everyone, we’ve put together a list of how to make yours more productive.
Ai-Media is pleased to announce that it has accelerated its growth in North America by agreeing to acquire Caption IT and CaptionAccess.
Universities now have a wide range of choices when it comes to making their content accessible to deaf and hard-of-hearing students. Check out our five steps here.
Disability is both a common and a very individual experience. Find some stories from Ai-Media staff in this article for International Day of People with Disabilities!
Captioning has a long and rich history. It is, in fact, about 100 years old! We outline five of the most exciting moments in captioning history below.
Deaf and hard-of-hearing communities have encountered significant communication barriers during COVID-19, and people are responding in resourceful ways.
We explore Indigenous languages in the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and look at how important it is to include these terms in your closed captions and other accessible media.
We spoke to artist and performer Vilma Jackson about her experiences during the pandemic and how it has affected her community and her art.
The United Kingdom’s Access to Work is a publicly funded employment support program that aims to help more people with disability start or stay in work.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines are global guidelines for the accessibility of websites and web pages for people with disability. Learn how you can (and should!) comply.
On September 28, 2020, YouTube ended its community captions. But great captions are still possible on this platform!
In today’s environment of remote learning, copyright and ownership of materials is coming into sharp focus. Here are the major concerns for university teachers.
Deaf and hard-of-hearing athletes have been an influential part of sporting history. Here are 15 of the most exciting.
Big tech companies are now at the forefront of innovation in accessibility. Here’s how they sell it, and their most exciting new features.
From 23 September 2020, websites of any public sector bodies in the UK will need to satisfy new accessibility regulations.
Good mental health support is still possible during COVID-19. It just has to be adapted to the new, more remote university environment.
One way broadcasters and media producers can thrive in the ever-evolving media landscape – and get great results out of it – is by localizing content for new regions.
Here’s what you need to know about improving your information accessibility for the new online environment and how to engage students when they are feeling disconnected or anxious.
The accuracy of captions has long been a topic of debate. Now, the NER system is the best way to measure it. We let you know how it works.
Making the university experience valuable for students can be a challenging task. And for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, the challenges can be even greater.
REGENTACT reached out to Ai-Media to subtitle several TV shows in Chinese and English, helping them reach new audiences in Europe and the Americas.
It has become obvious throughout the COVID-19 crisis that information is even more valuable at times like this. Accessibility can not be sidelined.
Remote captioning will be essential to support students with disability – and also their peers – as they continue to study from home.
Griffith University’s accessibility values are part of daily life for students with disability. Ai-Media supports them to keep content captioned.
The creativity and resilience of deaf and hard-of-hearing people is limitless. Here are 15 deaf and hard-of-hearing people who changed the world.
oXyFire Media Creative delivered a stellar, live-captioned live stream for the Manchester International Festival this year. The festival streamed to people’s homes during the COVID-19 crisis, with support from Ai-Media.
Are human-generated or computer-generated captions better for you? We break it down according to what you need: better accuracy, lower cost, less time and more.
It’s a common misconception that deaf people can’t play or hear music. From Will.i.am to Grimes to Beethoven, many well known musicians are deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Hollywood has a complicated history with sound and deafness. Here are the deaf and hard-of-hearing actors that have broken barriers and made history!
So you want to caption or subtitle your own content for free? There are plenty of good, purpose-built options out there. Check out our three favorite free captioning tools for those DIY situations.
Captions are the perfect way to make classes accessible, easier to understand, and more conducive to motivated study by all your students. And they can be delivered in a physical classroom or via live stream.
Audio description is more affordable, faster and more flexible than it has ever been thanks to synthetic voice technology. Here’s what it can offer you and your audience.
Ai-Media has acquired ACS in an agreement that will allow both companies to grow their global reach and develop and extend their technology platforms, products and services.
COVID-19 has caught us all off-guard. After all, this is an unprecedented, once-in-a-century event. But rest assured, Ai-Media’s captions aren’t going anywhere because of the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s why.
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