Tag: television

  • Separate is Not Equal | Deaf Performers Were Not Included At The Halftime Show

    Separate is Not Equal | Deaf Performers Were Not Included At The Halftime Show

    Same thing I’ve been complaining about for 15 years! To quote deaf blogger Amanda Tuite: …the entire programming of the Super Bowl left a bad taste in my mouth. As a deaf person, I always anticipated seeing the national anthem and “America the Beautiful” performed by professional deaf entertainers who use American Sign Language. This […]

  • Touching Amazon commercial in ASL

    Just saw — not heard, but saw — this TV commercial featuring a Deaf Amazon logistics associate. There’s no interpretation or voiceover, just his signing and captions. There is some background warehouse noise, but the relative silence focuses attention on this man who communicates without sound. I was really touched to see American Sign Language […]

  • Credits push closed captions over actors’ faces

    Really, @LuciferonFOX, credits 15 minutes into the episode? They push the closed captions up over the actors' faces. Please consider access. pic.twitter.com/CddQOWRMRX — Daniel Greene (@danielgreene) May 30, 2017

  • Love the opening sequences of Mozart in the Jungle

    Love the opening sequences of Mozart in the Jungle

    I love many things about Mozart in the Jungle, but especially how each animated opening sequence is unique.

  • Live-tweeting the democratic presidential debate

    Bravo for making it about us, not about you! @MartinOMalley #DemDebate — Daniel Greene (@danielgreene) October 14, 2015 I'm not running because I would be the first woman president, but I would be the first woman president, and don't you forget it. #DemDebate — Daniel Greene (@danielgreene) October 14, 2015 "Some of the candidates here […]