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REBUILD at "Media for All" 9th Conference, by Pilar Orero, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona


The 9th International Conference “Media for All” is approaching. Pilar Orero, from UAB Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona tells us more about one of the most important international conferences on media accessibility.

Tomorrow’s mediascape will be a transformed landscape where collaboration, partnership and mutual understanding will be key to success for traditional and new players. New voices, new workflows, and new technologies will provide great opportunities to interact and initiate lasting changes in business models and in discussions that progress from tolerating difference to celebrating diversity.

Media for All 9 will provide a platform for all stakeholders, from researchers and developers to analysts, audiences, and business leaders to present their findings, developments, ideas and experiences from the multi-faceted world of audiovisual translation and media accessibility and to highlight in particular their technological, social, financial and academic impact.

The conference will promote creative thinking and provide a forum for people to share knowledge and expand their horizons while demonstrating the true potential of multidisciplinary work. Media for All 9 will host participants representing all sectors with the explicit goal of exploring how collaborative approaches and methodologies as well as advances in technology and skillsets will transform the panorama of media accessibility and translation and contribute to creating a society for all.

Listen to the interview of Ms Pilar Orero at FRED FILM RADIO (English) >>>>>>>>>>>

More info about Media for All 9:

The 9th International Conference Media for All will be held online on 27-28-29 January 2021, organised by TransMedia Catalonia

On 27 January 2021 preparatory workshops will take place 

On 28-29 2021 the main conference will take place.

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Rebuild project
European project
This project has received funding from the European Union’s
Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under
grant agreement No 822215.