We are committed to making media accessible not only to viewers excluded by language barriers. Many people have issues accessing content that are based on literacy, age or functional impairments. As of 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 470 million people worldwide have disabling hearing loss and 250 million people are visually impaired. Current regulations increasingly require all broadcast programming to be made accessible to viewers with a visual and hearing loss. This is a factor providers must consider when localizing their content. We use aassistive technologies to build services that enable media access to special interest and functional impairment groups.
Making media landscape accessible
As a company centered around the purpose of diversity and inclusion, we have a special place in our hearts for access services. We want to make sure that people with hearing or sight disabilities have equal access to your content and are able to get the most out of it. Because this is what GoPhrazy is all about-we deliver nothing but the whole experience. We partner with Universities and TV programs to constantly improve our access services and stay at the forefront of storytelling for viewers with visual and hearing loss. Following our inclusion policy, we proactively identify and build relationships with businesses that are owned by people with visual or/ and hearing impairment.