Head of deaf charity slams lack of subtitles on streamed content

Mainstream TV broadcasters have made progress in ensuring content is accessible for the deaf but on-demand providers still have work to do, a leading campaigner has said.

Susan Daniels (pictured), chief executive of the National Deaf Children’s Society told Cable.co.uk: “Mainstream broadcasting, the BBC, ITV and so on are doing pretty well as far as access for children and young people who use subtitles. The main issue for us is around video on demand.



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