FCC Proposes Not Applying Accessibility Requirements to Internet Video

The FCC has proposed, at least for now, not to apply its emergency information and video description rules to Internet-delivered video, although it will apply to MVPDs using IP technology to deliver their traditional video services.

Broadcasters and cable operators are required by the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010 to make emergency information accessible to the blind and visually impaired, including having the requisite equipment. [Read More]

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