We appreciate that our clients share our belief in creating access to all forms of visual media. Our commitment to our clients, and our visually-impaired consumers, is to deliver overall excellence in keeping with industry practices and guidelines.
Congratulations to the incredibly talented Brie Larson for her Oscar win at the 88th Annual Academy Awards this past Sunday. Larson took home the Best Actress award for her portrayal of Joy Newsome in the critically acclaimed movie Room. The dramatic film is a...read more
Descriptive Video Works is thrilled to announce that we have partnered with NBC to describe live the first live entertainment show In U.S. Broadcast History - the Wiz Live! FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler comments: “During this time of year, we’re reminded that everyone...read more
Descriptive Video Works' CEO Diane Johnson had the privilege of speaking at the APEX (Airline Passenger Experience) TEC meeting May 12, 2015 regarding the importance of Audio Description being an option on airline's In Flight Entertainment (IFE) systems. Emirates was...read more
Once again, Descriptive Video Works is proud to make MasterChef Canada accessible to the blind and partially sighted audience by providing the audio description for this lively show. Season 2 debuts on February 8th with a new crop of home cooks competing for the grand...read more
It’s that exciting time of year when we celebrate last year’s entertainment achievements. On Sunday, March 1st, Canada fetes our talent with the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television’s, 2015 Canadian Screen Awards, which will be broadcast live on CBC. Stage...read more
With the wave of a wand, the final two movies in the beloved Harry Potter series will air with described video during this holiday season. Canada’s CTV network will telecast “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1” on Tuesday, December 30th at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT),...read more