Content Production & Streaming Power Hour: Making Your Content Stream Accessible

By Marcella Walsh
Content Manager
Today it’s not enough to address accessibility on an as needed basis, you need to design and plan for all potential inequities to be accessible for all, whether it’s an audio, visual, neurodiverse, or other difference. Our all women panel of AV experts discussed identifying the tools and best practices to achieve better equity. Hear what Georgie-Ann Getton, CEO & Founder at GSD Solutions, Samantha Minish, VP of Content Delivery at AVIXA, Mariella Paulino, Director of Marketing & Communications at Knowbility, and RaJeana Price, Video Production Specialist at ETC Midwest recommended in their discussion with Deborah Jones, AV/IT Sales Manager at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre.

  • Do the best that you can within your budget – there are lots of options available from free like YouTube to full-service, third-party platforms
  • Addressing accessibility enriches your content for everyone
  • By providing a better experience for all attendees, they can get the content in a way that best works for them
  • There are a variety of choices to use – audio descriptions, captioning, split screen with ASL, slowing down speech, staying within broadcast safe requirements, and more.
  • Check out this resource: 32 Tools for Hearing Accessibility: A Practical Guide for People with Hearing Disabilities and their Allies
View the entire conversation here: Content Production and Streaming Power Hour: Making Your Content Stream Accessible.

Marcella Walsh
AVIXA, Content Manager

With over 15 years of experience in marketing and communications, Marcella Walsh, Content Manager for AVIXA, develops both in-person and digital programs. She is always looking for new content ideas that highlight topics and trends of importance to the AV industry. Contact Marcella at [email protected] with your thoughts.