Voices in the Entertainment World from a Blindness Perspective: Join Joe Strechay, Satauna Howery, Stephen Letnes, Bree Klauser and Roy Samuelson for a Roundtable Rouser

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From almost every corner of the entertainment world, the BVI community is well represented and here they are again in the Blind Abilities studio and sharing their opinions, experiences and a few laughs.

Joe Strechay is the Blindness Consultant and Co-Producer from the Apple TV Plus series, SEE. Bree Klauser is an actor from See and also is a voice artist and singer-songwriter. Stephen Letnes is a movie producer and music composer and Roy Samuelson is an Audio Describer for movies and shows.

With Blindness being the common thread, Low-vision, totally blind and legally blind are all covered here. And, Roy, who is sighted, does the voice for audio description and is an advocate for bringing audio description to more and more titles.

I could go on and on about each of these talented artist and you could actually learn a lot about each one on previous podcasts on Blind Abilities. You can search on the Blind Abilities web site or just click or tap on their name below and you will find episodes from each member of the Entertainment Roundtable.

Joe Strechay

Satauna Howery

Stephen Letnes

Bree Klauser

Roy Samuelson

You can also find them on their web sites:

Joe Strechay

Satauna Howery

Stephen Letnes

Bree Klauser

Roy Samuelson

Thanks for listening!

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