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Emmy Award-winning
Narrative Television Network

Since 1988, NTN has been a leader in making television, movies,
and educational programming accessible to our nation's 13 million
people who are blind and visually impaired and their families.

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Letters and Feedback about NTN:

"Dear Mr. Stovall,

My name is Hannah. I am eleven years old. I have
listened to your movie, The Ultimate Gift, and
my sister and I talk about it all the time.

I am blind, so it is a real benefit to have
description..." (click here to read more)

If you would like more information on making your educational videos,
movies, or TV programs accessible, or for more information on meeting
FCC and Section 508 requirements, click here.

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NTN Receives Major Funding from the US Department of Education

For over 17 years NTN has worked with the U.S. Department of Education to bring thousands
of hours of high quality educational programming to children who are blind or visually impaired. 
With funding from the Department of Education, NTN has made accessible programs
from providers of educational material such as PBS, National Geographic, Cable in the Classroom,
Annenberg/CPB, and the National Park Service.

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