Access Means Everyone: Alternate Avenues to Digital Accessibility in News

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Digital accessibility is an ethical and a practical must-have, but solutions are not universal. The best initiatives are well-implemented ones that empower users to approach digital news independently, at their own pace and where they are.

Join this timely and important conversation and learn how to adapt your systems with flexibility and humility, as well as to develop digital products designed for every user.

This session is designed for:

  • Reporters and editors interested in reaching audiences across linguistic and cultural competence divides
  • Managers seeking better connectivity with users with no or poor internet access
  • Everyone who would like see digital news become more accessible


Kristine Villanueva
Project Editor, Equally Informed, Resolve Philly

Lexis-Olivier Ray
Staff Writer, L.A. TACO
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