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Articles written by Robert Pearson  Accessible Media


2015 Predictions for Media Accessibility in Canada

Two major initiatives, along with several other minor ones, will become a focus of media accessibility development in Canada in 2015. More

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How Do We Measure Progress in Accessibility Efforts?

Accessibility initiatives require a continuous process of stocktaking, re-evaluation and keeping up with the times, writes Robert Pearson. More

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The Mandate of a Chief Accessibility Officer

Robert Pearson, newly appointed Accessibility Officer at Accessible Media Inc, Toronto, explains the vision and scope of his mandate. More

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Accessible Media Player Online for Next-Gen TV Viewing: The AMI-player

On October 30, 2014, Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) launched the AMI-player, providing an accessible broadcast experience for their Original Programming content. More

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Disability as a Driver of Accessibility

Individuals with disabilities can help set their organization's accessibility standards, writes Robert Pearson. More

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Predicting an Inclusive Future

Organizations working with digital services and products need to work towards full-scale accessibility - and not just piecemeal accommodations, writes Robert Pearson.  More

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Interim Accessible Solutions for Long-Term Inclusion

Creating interim accessible solutions can be a means of bridging the gap to compliance while work is underway on the larger accessibility service. More

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Defining Inclusive Needs for Specific Audiences

When implementing accessibility solutions across a wide spectrum of audience, focus on getting the needs met of a small target segment, writes Robert Pearson.  More

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A World of Access for the Widest Possible Audience

Accessibility can be measured as the ability of the system to meet the needs of the widest possible audience, writes Robert Pearson. More

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The Intersection of Access and Ability

From the printing press to the Internet, accessibility has redefined itself with every new media platform. Robert Pearson explores how technology drives innovation in accessibility. More

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