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The CSA submits his report on the accessibility of the televised programs to Sophie Cluzel

Publication date: Friday, June 1, 2018


It is at the time of a press conference, on May 29th, 2018, that Olivier Schrameck, president of the CSA and Mémona Hintermann-Afféjee, president of the working group “social Cohesion” gave to Sophie Cluzel, Secretary of State charged with the handicapped people, it annual report of the Council on the accessibility of the programs on television to the handicapped people and the representation of the handicap to the antenna.

 

AUDIO-VISUAL PROGRAMMING ACCESSIBLE TO ALL

To reinforce the visibility of the handicap so much to the screen than with the antenna is the objective shared by the CSA and the authorities.

Find testimonies of Olivier Schrameck, president of the CSA, Mémona Hintermann-Afféjee, member of the CSA and president of the working group “social Cohesion”, Sophie Cluzel, Secretary of State charged with the handicapped People, Frédérique Dumas, appointed and Vice-president of the commission of the cultural Affairs and education and Adrien Taquet, deputy and secretary of the group of studies “integration of the people handicapped” in the report carried out at the conclusion of the submission of the report: