Learn about web player accessibility
Learn how JWP is invested in inclusive practices that comply with laws and standards such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
JWP is committed to ensuring your videos are accessible to all of your visitors. We’re invested in inclusive practices that comply with laws and standards such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
Web accessibility is a set of inclusive practices that enable all viewers to engage fully with your content. These practices entail complying with federal laws and conforming to standards, such as the WCAG. Examples of these practices include the following:
- Adding alt text to images
- Creating a consistent hierarchy of content on a page
- Maintaining color contrast
- Including ARIA labels for non-visible text
Increasingly around the world, online video content created by an entity may be subject to legal compliance. The following table lists a few examples that are applicable to the United States.
|21ST CENTURY COMMUNICATIONS AND VIDEO ACCESSIBILITY ACT (CVAA)||AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT - TITLE II & TITLE III (ADA)||FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION REQUIREMENTS||REHABILITATION ACT - SECTION 504 & SECTION 508|
|• Online streaming media companies|
• TV broadcasters
|• Government agencies|
|• TV broadcasters||• Government agencies|
• Universities (Only if receiving federal financial aid)
To assist those subject to legal compliance, JWP's web player supports several areas of accessibility. The web player is accessible by keyboard and screen reader and supports and renders all popular captions formats. Click on the article links below to learn more.
|PUBLISHER CUSTOMIZATIONS||VIEWER SETTINGS|
• Learn about captions
• How to add closed captions
• Add captions
• Customize player text
|Web player accessibility overview|
Updated 4 months ago