BOSTON | Hulu agrees to provide audio service for blind customers

BOSTON | Hulu agrees to provide audio service for blind customers

BOSTON— Hulu will make its subscription streaming service more accessible to blind and visually impaired customers.

That’s according to a settlement agreement between Hulu and advocacy groups, who sued Los Angeles-based Hulu last year.

Disability Rights Advocates, which brought the case, says Hulu will provide a separate audio track that give descriptions of scenes and facial expressions, where possible. Hulu will also update its website and software applications to ensure people can use screen readers if they need them.

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