Radio & Television

Comcast partners with NuEyes to enable visually impaired to see TV

PHILADELPHIA — Comcast announced Wednesday a partnership with wearable technology start-up NuEyes to enable visually impaired customers to view Comcast’s Xfinity Stream service through NuEyes’ virtual-reality technology.The Xfinity Stream app, which allows customers to watch live TV and on-demand content, is now available on the NuEyes e2 smartglasses and VR magnifying device that enhances the usable vision of people who are visually impaired. Xfinity Stream is pre-installed on NuEyes e2, allowing users with visual disabilities to see TV shows, news, movies, live sports and more, independently, Comcast said in the news release.Founded by a U.S. veteran, NuEyes’ mission is to...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.