audio description advocates respond to DOJ comment requests

Back in July, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) requested commments on a proposed update to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to require movie theaters to provide closed movie captioning and audio description.  The ACB recently filed a response.  The deadline for filing your own response has passed, but you can read the ACB response.  You can also read the original DOJ filing, if you wish.

We have filed our own comments as well via their online forms. At the moment we are actively working on advocating for other video on demand accessibility concerns with other services because Netflix is at a bit of a standstill as definitive actions are taken in key places, most of which, we can’t talk about yet

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