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ViewPoints 1107 2-16-11 Audacity, audio described programming, etc.

What the Federal Communications Commission mandates about described audio in broadcasting:
FCC mandates in the US

The Media Access group has produced many described videos over the years and has a full list at:
list of described videos

The free audio editing program, Audacity, can be downloaded from:
The following page has some very helpful documentation for those using screen readers with Audacity:
using Audacity with a screen reader

You can sign up for the Blind Computing mailing list by going to:
Blind-Computing mailing list

You can subscribe to the MIDIMag list for blind musicians by going to:

You can subscribe to the Top Tech Tidbits for Thursday mailing list and get concise weekly tips about adaptive products by sending e-mail to:

The Change Detection service can also be useful for monitoring when a favorite web site has been changed:

The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) also has a number of useful resources including the electronic magazine, Access World. to find out more, go to:

Fred's Head, from the American Printing House for the Blind (APH), is also a valueable resource for keeping track of access and adaptive technologies: