News: Captions for the Kids (and Kids at Heart)24 May 2019
We’re so happy to be making more kids’ content accessible, with captions now available on HEIHEI. Ka mau te pai!
Blog: Helping Hands… or ‘Eyes’, to be Exact9 Apr 2019
In a world where technology can serve as an alternative to physical interaction between people – if not an outright replacement – lots has been said about how our smartphones are making us antisocial and unhealthy. But the Be My Eyes app both harnesses and advances what is, really, the heart of ICT – human connection.
News: More Captions Available on TVNZ OnDemand19 Nov 2018
We’re well pleased more captioned content will be available on TVNZ OnDemand from Monday 19 November!
News: Captions Available on New Episodes of Shortland Street on TVNZ OnDemand16 Sep 2018
We're super excited to announce that captions will be available on TVNZ OnDemand for new episodes of Shortland Street from Sunday 16 September.
News: Wellington Access Radio Interview13 Apr 2018
Check out the latest edition of Access Radio’s No Labels podcast to hear our chief executive Wendy talking about Able’s captioning and audio description services. Host Thomas Bryan asks Wendy about accessible technology, online TV platforms, plus a couple of her favourite songs.
News: Able wins international audio description award!12 Jul 2017
The Able team is absolutely delighted to have been selected as the recipient of the 2017 Audio Description Achievement Award-International, awarded by the American Council of the Blind and its Audio Description Project.
Behind the Scenes of Our Election Coverage9 Sep 2014
A member of Able's election team gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse of captioning the live debates and election coverage.
News: Election coverage to be captioned26 Aug 2014
We’re thrilled to announce we will be captioning all political debates and live election coverage on TV ONE during this year’s election.
News: Sunday political programmes now with captions25 Jul 2014
On Sundays, the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community will now have greater access to political programming, with Q+A and the repeat of The Nation being captioned.