Hearing Pictures Commentator Kelly Warren describes the process of adding audio transcription to movies and television shows. Recently, a Federal Communications Commission rule went into effect that requires the top networks to add audio description to a small percentage of their shows. The service is intended to allow blind and visually impaired persons greater access to popular culture.
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Commentator Kelly Warren describes the process of adding audio transcription to movies and television shows. Recently, a Federal Communications Commission rule went into effect that requires the top networks to add audio description to a small percentage of their shows. The service is intended to allow blind and visually impaired persons greater access to popular culture.