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Gary Thomas

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29 February 2012

Liz, There was a loop system in the theatre, but not sure it was working well during the afternoon sessions. Don't know if there was anything else in the breakout sessions.

Jo, it really doesn't take this long to do subtitles...

Thanks Colin, will have a look at the blog.

Gary Thomas

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29 February 2012

Liz, There was a loop system in the theatre, but not sure it was working well during the afternoon sessions. Don't know if there was anything else in the breakout sessions.

Jo, it really doesn't take this long to do subtitles...

Thanks Colin, will have a look at the blog.

liz Porter

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22 February 2012

Urm access and conferences... I wonder how much audio description was or wasn't on offer?

Jo Verrent

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18 February 2012

And I put a piece about the lack of online access up here too: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/jo-verrent/state-of-the-arts-access-for-all_b_1278895.html

I have heard since then direct from ACE National via twitter:

"Captions and transcripts will follow - unfortunately it does take a bit of production time…”

So fingers crossed...

Colin Hambrook

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17 February 2012

You aren't the only person complaining about access Gary. Take a look at the SOTA blog http://sotablog.artscouncil.org.uk/

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