This is the first of a two part series on audio description services for the visually impaired:
1834 Audio Description for Varied Venues (Aug. 22, 2018)
Audio Description uses spoken language to convey the visual world. It can direct a visitor through a museum, orient a listener to a work of art, or allow access to the visual aspects of a performance. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Rachel Melton of MindsEye Radio about the ins and outs of audio description and what makes good description.
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