Disabled Regularly Access Visual/Non-Visual Media, Utilize Assistive Tools To Compensate

IPG Mediabrands’ “Digital Access: The Necessity of Inclusion” report discovers persons with disabilities are active consumers of media but find it difficult to use mainstream media, such as social media. They often need assistive tools to utilize this form of media. Nevertheless, social media is still the most regularly used media by persons with disabilities, followed by TV, short video clips, and movies. For the visually impaired, radio is number one, followed by online articles.