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Government Agencies

Representatives for Municipal, County, State, and Federal agencies compelled to provide access to
video content on websites, at kiosks, or to be otherwise distributed.

Why Describe Your Media?
Why Use Audio Eyes?

How well are you serving your constituents with disabilities?
Are you aware that citizens with vision loss may legally request Video Description as a “reasonable accommodation?” Video media is being used in increasing amounts to disseminate information about programs and services provided by government agencies large and small. Captioning and Video Description ensures that citizens with sensory disabilities have equal access to this information. State and federal law continues to expand legal mandates for media accessibility to accommodate the 17% of Americans who have disabilities which include more than 21 million with vision loss. Contact the accessibility experts at Audio Eyes LLC to learn how to serve constituents with sensory disabilities!

Our post-production team includes the most experienced professional audio describers, talented Pro Tools audio engineers, and nationally renowned Description Quality Specialists who are expert (blind)
consumers of description. Audio Eyes has provided Description for:

  • The Internal Revenue Service
  • The National Parks Service
  • The California Secretary of State
  • The City of Pasadena
  • Button; White text on a blue box reads: Regulations

    Click above for more information about the video description regulations that apply to you.

    Button; White text on a blue box reads: Production Process

    Click above to view the Audio Eyes production process that applies to you.

    Button; White text on a blue box reads: FAQ's

    To view some frequently asked questions about video description.

    White text over a blue bar reads: Video Samples
    "Guadalupe Mountains National Park"

    This sample of Audio Eyes description comes from
    " A History and Tour of Guadalupe Mountains National Park". Come along and experience this ancient ceremony, which is part of the Mescalero Apache puberty rites, where a girl becomes a woman of the tribe. 

    "Manzanita Spring Tour"

    Find out what makes the Guadalupe Mountains National Park unique and experience its beauty as we take you on a tour of the Manzanita Spring trail. Description courtesy of Audio Eyes. 

    "City of Pasedena Emergency Preparedness"

    This sample of description comes from an award winning emergency preparedness video produced for the city of Pasadena. Video Description courtesy of Audio Eyes.

    "Smith Springs Tour"

    This sample of Audio Eyes description comes from
    " A History and Tour of Guadalupe Mountains National Park". Find out what makes the Guadalupe Mountains National Park unique and experience its beauty as we take you on a fully described tour of the Smith Springs trail. 

     

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