Webinar: The Digital Accessibility Landscape – What Your Organization Needs to Know in 2019

Written by: Esty Peskowitz

Learn from Level Access and 3Play Media about digital accessibility trends and how they will affect your business in 2019. 

It is estimated that 90% of the world’s data has been created in the last two years.

Americans, on average, are spending 6.3 hours per day connected to digital media.

While more is happening on the internet, most of the digital landscape is still inaccessible.

In this webinar, we’ll dive into the findings from Level Access’s State of Digital Accessibility report and 3Play Media’s State of Captioning report for 2019. We’ll explore findings into how other organizations are tackling digital accessibility, the drivers behind making content accessible, and the future of digital accessibility standards.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about:

  • Trends in digital usage
  • Digital accessibility standards and laws
  • Procurement drivers for digital accessibility
  • Trends in video accessibility
  • State of automatic captioning
  • Challenges organizations are facing with accessibility
  • Digital accessibility solutions you can begin implementing today

 

Date: Tuesday, July 23rd
Time: 2:oopm EST/ 11:00am PST
Registration: https://go.3playmedia.com/wbn-07-23-2019-digital

 

The Presenters

Tim Springer's headshotTim Springer
CEO, Level Access

Tim has dedicated nearly two decades to ensure that technology will not only meet regulatory standards but also support real-world use by individuals with disabilities. Tim has provided compliance solutions to thousands of organizations as well as advised corporations and Fed agencies on technical challenges. Tim was named a White House “Champion of Change” in 2014.

 

Lily Bond
Director of Marketing, 3Play Media
Lily oversees marketing programs, operations, and strategy and is responsible for promoting 3Play Media’s brand as well as the importance of video accessibility. Lily has authored numerous papers and +100 articles on the topics of captioning and audio description, accessibility laws, and emerging standards, and presents frequently on these subjects.