The Audio Description Association (ADA) works to raise the standard and profile of audio description nationwide, supporting audio describers and facilitating a quality service for blind and partially sighted people.

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Update: Notepad December 2015

Download the latest copy of Note Pad.  It contains information on the following: 157 - a reminder to book your place at ADA's national conference, Growing Audiences for Audio Description, to be held at Birmingham Hippodrome on 14th March, 2016.  ADA members, please note…

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Update: Update:  Notepad November 2015

Download the latest copy of Note Pad.  It contains information on the following: 151 - Disabled Access Day, 12 March 2016.  Get out and try something new is the message for Disabled Access Day.  Sponsored by Euan's Guide, the Edinburgh-based listing and review site…

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Update: National Conference 2016

The flyer for the Audio Description Association’s National Conference on Growing Audiences for Audio Description to be held in Birmingham next March, can be downloaded here together with  the provisional programme and booking form (open in Word or Pages).  Please forward…

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