Access to the media for people with sensory impairment

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Research “Access to the Broadcasters’ Programmes for Persons with Vision and Hearing Loss – Offer and Needs”

Israzuvanje med.pismenostThe research concerning “Access to the Broadcasters’ Programmes for Persons with Vision and Hearing Loss – Offer and Needs”, envisaged by the three-year Programme for Ensuring Access to Media for Persons with Sensory Impairments, adopted in 2015, was completed in the fourth quarter of 2016. The results of this research were presented at the Fourth Public Meeting of the Agency, which was held on 29 December 2016.

For the needs of this research, a Questionnaire was prepared about the quantity and quality of the offer of television programmes intended for persons with sensory disabilities, and the same was sent to all TV services. Moreover, interviews were conducted with representatives of the organizations representing persons with vision and hearing loss, as well as other relevant organizations.

The presentation and the entire research titled “Access to the Broadcasters’ Programmes for Persons with Vision and Hearing Loss – Offer and Needs” are available at the links given below:

Access to the Broadcasters’ Programmes for Persons with Vision and Hearing Loss, Needs and Offer – (presentation)

Research “Access to the Broadcasters’ Programmes for Persons with Vision and Hearing Loss. Needs and Offer (pdf)


Procedure for Communication with Citizens with Some Form and Degree of Handicap The Agency for Audio and Audiovisual Media Services adopted, as part of the project titled “Accessible Administration for the Handicapped”, a Procedure for Communication with Citizens with Some Form of Handicap…read more

 Programme for Ensuring Access to the Media for Persons with Sensory Impairments The Agency for Audio and Audiovisual Media Services is continuously dedicated to removing the barriers that prevent persons with sensory impairments from accessing information and using the audiovisual services available to the majority of citizens in Macedonia…read more

For communication with citizens with sensory impairments click here 



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