Survey on Accessible Programming on the BBC

March 21, 2018 2:19 pm

How accessible are the programmes you watch?

The University of Seville is carrying out a research project on accessible television viewing in Europe. As part of the study, a brief survey has been prepared to find out the opinion of the users of the subtitling, audio description and sign language services on the BBC.

If you have five minutes to spare, please follow the link below and complete the survey. If you wish to know more about the project, please contact Victoria García-Prieto at vgarcia8@us.es

To thank you for your participation, at the end of the survey you can leave your email address and will be placed into a draw to win a gift box of two hotel nights for two people. Your answers will remain totally anonymous.

Complete the survey here

BBC Audio description and subtitles

Audio description and subtitles have been developed to improve access to television for people with sensory impairments. To find out more, please visit the BBC website.

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