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Accessibility products and services

Products and services from Bell Fibe TV app

Described video

Also called video description, described narrative or descriptive video.

Described video provides a narrated description of a TV program’s main visual elements, such as settings, costumes, actions and on-screen text. The narration is added during pauses in dialogue, and enables people with vision loss to form a mental picture of the program.

Fibe TV app subscribers can enable described video from the Settings menu.Select the My Account tab and then select On in the Described Video section.

To enable it on Apple TV, go to Settings > Accessibility, then select On in the Described Audio section.

For questions regarding described video, please contact us at DV@bellmedia.ca.

Screen reader

Also called VoiceOver on Apple devices.

Screen readers provide an audible description of the Fibe TV app’s main visual elements, such as text, buttons, images and other screen elements. The audible description is conveyed as you navigate through the app, and enables people who are blind or who have vision loss to form a mental picture of the app.

Fibe TV app subscribers can enable the screen reader on Apple devices:

  • On iOS phones and tablets, go to Settings > Accessibility > VoiceOver and then switch the VoiceOver toggle on or off. Users can also enable/disable the screen reader by saying “Hey Siri, turn on VoiceOver” or “Hey Siri, turn off VoiceOver.”
  • On Apple TV, go to Settings > Accessibility > VoiceOver and then switch VoiceOver on or off. Users can also enable/disable the screen reader by holding the Siri button on the Siri Remote, then saying “Turn VoiceOver on” or “Turn VoiceOver off.”

For more information about VoiceOver, visit the Apple website.