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CRTC restrictions, high production costs put Canadian TV beyond reach of visually impaired

News | 10/30/2008 5:50 pm EDT

The high cost of producing Described Video (DV) and regulatory restrictions are preventing visually impaired people from fully accessing broadcast services on television, says a report commissioned by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) for the CRTC‘s Nov. 17 hearing on access of broadcasting services to people with disabilities.

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