VIENNA, Va. -- The video business is working to ensure that no child gets left behind when it comes to learning. The National Captioning Institute here, along with Sesame Workshop, New York, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, and Sony Wonder, also in New York, is introducing the technology of audio description on Sesame Street DVDs to make these programs accessible to children who are blind or have low vision, an audience estimated to be more than 12 million ...

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