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I can't see any reason why you'd retain it in public ownership," Mr Norris said. "Therefore sale would have to be not just an option, but probably a preferred option."...Mr Norris said the charter had had problems but programmes, particularly
So when that job was outsourced to India, she eagerly eyed another profitable career -- one that doesn't involve sleepless nights. The San Jose mother of two boys is learning to be a court reporter, a job that has morphed well beyond the courtroom.
Blind and deaf consumers, who have fought to make home phones and television more accessible, say they are now being left behind on the Web and many mobile devices. Touch-based smartphone screens confound blind people who rely on buttons and raised
It becomes a lot more difficult when you're using a foreign production truck, literally, and the capabilities of that truck and what it can and can't do is far different than ours," Kanarek said...However, he said it should be better than that of the
Speaking via an interpreter, several young adults complained to The Gleaner they felt ignored by local television stations, particularly when news, as well as broadcasts on national issues, were aired, as it was difficult to understand without using
Added 4 minutes ago O n the heels of the 20th anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley will today announce settlements her office has reached with the largest national movie
Hamilton Telecommunications, today announced that, starting August 1 , for the first time captioned telephone services will be available to the residents of Massachusetts . Now, individuals who are hard of hearing will be able to "see what they say"
But Mrs Home has been deaf since birth and could not hear what her daughter Michelle was saying over the phone. Instead, she read their conversation as it appeared in front of her on the screen of a captioning telephone. The telephones are being
The Justice Department is seeking ideas from the public on how to make the Internet more accessible to people with disabilities. The department is planning to write rules for accessibility to the Internet as part of an effort to
The Justice Department says George Washington's home at Mount Vernon will undergo improvements to help the disabled, with accessible walkways, closed captioning for films and sign language and audio tours in the mansion and the grounds for those who