NBC Enhances Accessibility For Winter Olympic Viewers

Accessible TVNBCUniversal is currently broadcasting the Winter Olympics from Beijing, offering an unprecedented array of accessibility options which can help blind, visually impaired, and other Olympics fans get the most from their viewing experience.

The networks 6 stations and apps are presenting over 2800 hours of coverage of the Winter Games -- a new record.

All broadcasts during prime time and Prime Plus, and the opening and closing ceremonies, will feature "audio description services", in which expert commentators describe the Olympic and Paralympic action to those viewers who are blind or visually impaired.  Furthermore, NBC's websites and apps will feature enhanced accessibility, including color contrast, keyboard navigation, and support for screen readers such as JAWS.

NBCUniversal Enhances Accessibility for 2022 Winter Olympic & Paralympic Games

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