Dean, without a doubt the very best one on-line is the Blind Mice Mega Mall.
Very rare I find it necessary to donate to a site for the service
they freely offer the visually impaired community, but this site
deserves our full unbridled financial support.
Just to give you an idea of the great content they provide!
I thoroughly enjoyed the critically acclaimed 2017 film "Get Out"
(100% Rotten Tomatoes rating) the other day thanks to this site
offering it free in Described audio format. I'm in the mist of
checking out all the Star Wars films for the first time in chronological order.
I've also became a huge fan of popular TV shows like The Game
of Thrones, Criminal Minds, Homeland and Blue Bloods thanks to this
site. They list all past seasons (And new one's once the season has
concluded) in DV format. So much nicer to follow these TV series now
thanks to important scenes being described. Absolutely fantastic work.
Here's the link:
I implore anyone who has benefited from the DV offerings on this site
to please support them by donating a few dollars or buying some
merchandise from the various specialty stores they're affiliated
with. They definitely deserve it.
So my top 4 sites for DV content:
1. Blind Mice Mega Mall.
2. The Listen Factor.
4. Movies for the Blind
At 03:35 PM 6/3/2017, you wrote:
Can people inform me, perhaps off list, of sites containing audio-described
movie recordings, or making it possible for individuals to acquire them?
From: Pc-audio [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Kenny
Sent: Saturday, June 03, 2017 1:46 AM
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Subject: Here's Another Nice Site for those Who Enjoy Described Video
Came across another gem of a site that features some pretty good
Described Public Domain movies.
They do have an RSS feed listing the latest podcast, so go check it
out and make sure to Bookmark.