Worldly CurioJune 19, 2019
Visually impaired non-English speakers face accessibility language barrier at the movies
Theaters and cinemas in the US are getting more Spanish-language audio descriptions for the visually impaired. But finding the right words is harder than you might think. Produced by: Jason Strother. Image credit: Montclair State University.
Aired June 17, 2019
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