New regulations make the cinema experience accessible
Rows of red, plush cinema seats.Attorney General Loretta Lynch has just signed a final rule stating that cinemas must own, maintain and advertise aids to customers with disabilities. This includes closed captioning for deaf movie goers and audio descriptions for visually impaired patrons.

With companies such as Sony providing subtitle glasses, the new rule shouldn’t be difficult to follow and will offer people, who may not otherwise have enjoyed the full theater experience, an enjoyable night out.

Read more about the new regulation here.

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