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How to Live Stream an Event in 6 Steps

by PJ Taei in Video Accessibility

Live streaming allows you to broadcast videos online in real-time. From concerts to conferences, webinars to fitness classes, live streaming has become standard practice across the world. In fact, there was a 300% growth in live streaming events between March and August 2020.  This…

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Updated August 19, 2021

Our New VPAT and Commitment to Internal Accessibility

by Rebecca Klein in Company + Culture

As a company built around accessibility, we’re constantly looking for ways to improve the user experience of our products, platforms, and systems. For us, accessibility is both an external and internal commitment. We not only want to offer the highest quality accessibility…

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Updated August 30, 2021

3 Ways Video Has Changed for the Better

by Aj Beltis in Video Accessibility

Decades ago, video’s uses were mostly limited to entertaining, informing, and advertising.  Today, video has all but replaced classrooms, text books, work travel, and meeting rooms. 2020 brought upon countless changes to the world – and one of the reasons people maintained…

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Updated April 7, 2021

Video and Closed Captioning Trends for 2021

by Jaclyn Leduc in Industry Trends

The 2021 State of Captioning report is now available to read in full. In it, you’ll find some of the top video and closed captioning trends for this year. The State of Captioning (SOC) is an annual report by 3Play Media and…

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Updated April 5, 2021

4 Tips for Creating an Accessible and Engaging Virtual Graduation

by Samantha Sauld in Video Accessibility

Graduation is a big milestone for students and their families and every year, colleges and universities prepare to ensure the ceremony is as special as possible.  After a long and arduous academic year, students feel rewarded for their hard work and dedication…

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March 26, 2021

NAD v. Netflix ADA Lawsuit Requires Captioning for Streaming Video

by Jaclyn Leduc in Video Accessibility

The internet offers a unique challenge: how do we ensure that all of our digital products, services, and communications are accessible to people with disabilities? What are companies required to do to accommodate such users? Federal disability laws still await comprehensive updates…

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March 26, 2021

The Best Online Transcription Jobs

by Elisa Lewis in Company + Culture

Millions of Americans got to experience working from home during the pandemic. As many can now attest to, there are a number of benefits and a lot more flexibility when working remotely. When set up successfully, online work has many benefits, including…

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March 24, 2021

5 Signs Your Marketing Videos Need Closed Captions

by Kelly Mahoney in Video Accessibility

Though closed captioning is primarily thought of as an aid for those who are deaf or hard of hearing, the benefits of captioned video content extend far beyond basic accessibility.  Studies have shown that captioned video content can increase audience engagement, brand…

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Updated April 22, 2021

Video Accessibility for Compliance

by Samantha Sauld in Video Accessibility

In order for a company to be in compliance with major accessibility laws and standards, it must ensure its video content is made accessible.  Video accessibility compliance is the adherence to the rules and regulations set forth by governing bodies on the…

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Updated May 14, 2021

Allied: A Podcast About Web and Video Accessibility

by Rebecca Klein in Company + Culture

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of Allied, a podcast for everything you need to know about web and video accessibility.  If you’re struggling to stay up to date on accessibility trends or legal requirements, or if you want to learn more…

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Updated March 25, 2021

The Spending Power of People with Disabilities Can Expand Your Business

by Aj Beltis in Video Accessibility

During 3Play Media’s ACCESS at Home Event, Journalist Emily Yates mentioned the concept known in the United Kingdom as The Purple Pound and how it can expand your business. It represents the billions that businesses lose out on due to a lack…

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Updated March 16, 2021

Arkansas State Web Accessibility Laws

by Samantha Sauld in Video Accessibility

The State of Arkansas recognizes that “individuals who are blind or visually impaired have the right to full participation in the life of the state.” This is reflected in several Arkansas state web accessibility laws, outlined in this post. All Arkansas government…

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March 12, 2021

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