April 8, 2021
Creating Accessible Content (Part 2)
In this two-evening workshop, we will examine the different categories of disability, consider visible vs invisible disabilities, look at different assistive technology, as well as a review of the relevant legislation as it pertains to video and audio production. Participants will also explore the various ways that disability is portrayed in popular films and TV show. Some disability stereotypes are still widely used in the media, often with the best of intentions. As producers, it is important to factor in accessibility from the earliest stages of a production. What does this include? What questions should I be asking throughout my production process? We will also look at the various options available for captioning your production – and why automated captions can be a solution (if it is done correctly). Broadcasters now have to include Audio Description in their prime-time programming – we will explore the process and choices available for AD and what “integrated description” means.
Registration deadline is Tuesday 6 April 5:00 pm. Maximum Capacity: 15 6 hours of instruction in 2 parts $100 /member; $125 /nonmember