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AMI's licenses renewed; AMI expands service to include Francophone described television

Date added: Friday, August 9, 2013

  • Francophone Canadians living with a visual impairment will have access to programming in their language that is particularly relevant to their needs. AMI's new French described television service offers audiovisual content specifically adapted to the needs of people who are blind or partially sighted.
  • Canadians living with visual disabilities will continue to have access to AMI-TV in English, AMI Audio and Canal M, as the CRTC renewed their mandatory distribution orders on the basic service of all distributors in the country.

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