Accessibility

The modern day world of meetings and events

A blog written by iSi LIVE to provide you some valuable insight into what it is that we do and what we take pride in. This is from us, to you, in an effort to inspire a better webcasting future.

By iSi LIVE

According to the Government of Canada, over 22% of the population identify as having a disability.

This means when you offer live-streaming options, you need to make sure as many people are included as possible.

This may sound like a lot to think about, but iSiLIVE can work with you to ensure you provide accessibility to all.

The benefits of webcasting for people with disabilities

Live-streaming can help make your organization more inclusive.

Streaming means people can get involved without having to travel to a specific venue. This can be of significant help for those with physical disabilities and illnesses like chronic fatigue syndrome.

 

As webcasts can be paused and replayed, they can be of great use to people with memory problems and conditions like ADHD.

Looking to explore the world of hybrid meetings?

If you would like to know more about joining the world of hybrid meetings, let iSiLIVE be your guide.

We will work with you to find the perfect live-streaming solution for your business.

Services we provide include:

  • Closed captioning. Closed captions can help hearing-impaired people as well as those who speak English as a second language or are watching your webcast in a noisy environment
  • Sign language. Sign language can help deaf and hearing-impaired people understand what is being said in your webcast. There are several types of sign language (for example, Canadian, French and American), so we will provide as many different signers as you need

  • Interpretation. When you speak in Canadian English, it’s vital to have a French-Canadian interpreter, and vice versa. We can also provide interpretation in other languages if you are broadcasting to other countries

  • Transcription. With this service, we transcribe your webcast and include it alongside a recording of your event. This can be a great benefit to hearing-impaired people as well as people with cognitive conditions. It also means attendees don’t need to take notes 

 

Contact our specialist team today to see how we can help you make a move to hybrid meetings and exceptional-quality streaming technology. Make your webcasts even more inclusive with our accessibility tools

We provide fully accessible webcasting that can help you broadcast your message to as wide an audience as possible.

Need extra help improving your accessibility?

We will work with you to provide an accessibility solution that is tailor-made to your organization.

 

Contact our team today and see how you can create a wider reach with your messaging, provide more exposure around what you have to share, and accommodate more viewers.

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