We have good news in the accessibility world today regarding Netflix and daredevil and audio description, and Amazon instant and Amazon
a Change.org user by the name of Ryan Dyck in Arlington, VA has created a petition to Netflix, asserting they should make their original show described so the blind and the visually impaired can enjoy this show.
The petition is titled “Make Daredevil Available to The Blind Community”
in other news, Amazon is looking into adding an audio description filter to their DVD searches in the USA. On Amazon UK there’s an audio description filter that lists all DVDs the UK has with audio description. Users can even narrow down the described DVD’s by genre, studio, ETC.
with a bit of advocating on Twitter, Amazon is actively listening.
That’s not all, however. They have said that Amazon instant might be a possibility regarding hosting streamed movies and TV shows with audio description.
At the time of this writing they have not provided us with direct contacts yet but we will update this page with any new developments
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