Watching Movies with Captions Is the Best Entertainment Hack Ever

by Jaclyn Leduc in Lighter Side

We all have favorite movies that we’ve watched several (maybe hundreds of) times, but what if we told you there was a way to make those movies feel like new again? The answer lies in something as simple as watching those movies…

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Updated September 6, 2019

Join the #SignYourLove Challenge!

by Sofia Enamorado in Lighter Side

This Valentine’s Day, we are challenging you to join 3Play Media and Faces Behind the Screen to #SignYourLove! It’s simple!     How to #SignYourLove Take a video of your or your friends signing the phrase “I love” plus a word of…

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Updated May 21, 2020

What Our Customers Say: How We Compare to Competitors

by Samantha Sauld in Company + Culture

Our customers consist of thousands of businesses and organizations from the education, government, enterprise, and entertainment industries. Although we work with a diverse group of companies with various content and subject matters, one thing remains true. Customers want a high-quality, fast, and…

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Updated May 1, 2020

Why Our Customers Love Us

by Samantha Sauld in Company + Culture

At the end of the year, we conduct an annual survey asking our customers about their experience with 3Play. When asked, “what’s your favorite thing about 3Play?”, our customers gave us their top six reasons why they absolutely love working with us!…

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Updated May 1, 2020

Top 5 Webinars of 2018

by Jaclyn Leduc in Video Accessibility

It’s hard to believe that we’re quickly approaching the beginning of 2019 and therefore be leaving 2018 behind us. With that said, we had a spectacular year of digital accessibility webinars that we won’t soon forget. Each 3Play Media webinar offers its…

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Updated June 3, 2019

Top 5 FBTS Stories of 2018

by Samantha Sauld in Company + Culture

2018 has been a great year for our storytelling project, Faces Behind The Screen. We’ve had the opportunity to interview people with sensory disabilities from all walks of life. Here are our top 5 FBTS stories of 2018. These individuals are breaking…

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Updated May 1, 2020

At Disney Parks, Disabilities Are Always Accommodated

by Elisa Edelberg in Lighter Side

It’s that time of year – the days are shorter and colder, the holidays are upon us, and many are off seeking warmer weather and enjoying family vacations. Family vacations can be a lot of fun, but also a lot of work.…

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Updated June 7, 2019

Speech Recognition Gaffes

by Sofia Enamorado in Lighter Side

“Gentlemen, to bed!” These words are repeated as British comedians, Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan ponder what it would be like to lead a medieval army to wage war the next day. They play with their plot line, humorously juxtaposing modern sophistication.…

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Updated June 3, 2019

We Watch So Much Video, So Why Isn’t Video Accessible?

by Sofia Enamorado in Lighter Side

How much time do you spend on your phone, watching TV, or browsing the internet? Be honest. Most of us wake up and immediately check our phones. Then we go to work and spend all day staring at our screens. When we…

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Updated July 12, 2019

10 Movies You Should Watch with Audio Description

by Elisa Edelberg in Lighter Side

Visual effects are so critical to cinema and film, that there is an Oscar category dedicated to this art. Not only are these visual effects utterly impressive, they also enhance the video content and provide a great deal of information and context…

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Updated January 24, 2020

Social Video and the Changing Trends in Video Accessibility

by Sofia Enamorado in Video Accessibility

Whether you are a university, a small business, a restaurant, or a major brand, you are probably using social video in some capacity. Thanks to social media, social video is now a resource that companies, organizations, and people can leverage to better…

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Updated December 9, 2019

How the University of Arizona Forges Collaborations for Accessible Online Classes

by Patrick Loftus in Video Accessibility

An accessible campus is not made accessible because of just one department or office. For campus accessibility to work well and succeed, collaborations must be made between departments and individuals across the institution. But what exactly does that web of communication and…

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Updated June 3, 2019