The media access report

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Media Access Australia is a not-for-profit, public benevolent institution and Australia’s primary media access organisation. Our role is to provide information about media access and to develop and apply technological solutions to media access issues.

MAA is the new name for the public benevolent institution formerly known as the Australian Caption Centre, which was founded in 1982. As the ACC, we provided captioning services for all the Australian television networks, as well as the captioning of television commercials, live theatre, videos and DVDs, and pioneered the audio description of DVDs in Australia in 2005. The captioning and other commercial operations of the former Australian Caption Centre were sold to Red Bee Media in 2006. MAA no longer engages in the provision of commercial access services.

MAA is based in Sydney and works in collaboration with consumer organisations, Government and industry across the country.

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files -> The United States and Post-Castro Cuba
files -> 9. 5 Political Powers and Achievements Tom Burns- beacon High School
files -> Indiana Academic Standards Resource Guide World History and Civilization Standards Approved March 2014
files -> Women in Slavery and the Fight for Social Freedoms
files -> How to Place Slavery into British Identity
files -> Title Publishing Format / Length
files -> Oh Freedom! Teaching African American Civil Rights Through American Art at the Smithsonian
files -> Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site’s interpretation of Al Capone’s cell, c. 2013. Al Capone Approved Source for Tour Content Developed by Annie Anderson May 2013 Draft 2 For Web Guiding questions
files -> Dr amanda wise & dr jan ali commonwealth of Australia 2008

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