ACCESS News is a unique half-hour program hosted by Tamara Suiter-Ocuto, a graduate of Gallaudet University. Tamara interviews congressional leaders, Nobel Prize laureates, law enforcement officials, New York Times best selling authors, community activists, and more. Each episode is presented in American Sign Language, English, and captioned! ACCESS News is designed for total accessibility. The issues discussed are engaging, topical, relevant, and important for all viewers Deaf and hearing alike.
Are you a deaf or hard of hearing, or a hearing person interested in the deaf culture? Then we hope you will join our community! Registration is free and easy. As a registered member you will be able to: Create threads and post replies. Upload photos and attachments. Send and receive private messages. Join and create social groups. Sell your stuff in our marketplace. All this and much more to you absolutely FREE!
MSM Productions, Ltd. is an independent, Deaf-owned company whose mission is to serve the Deaf community. Our motto is “Making the world a better place for the next Deaf generation—and for Deaf people now.” We do this by helping to expand awareness, knowledge, and enlightenment in both the Deaf and Hearing communities.
Founded in 2003 by brothers Joel and Jed Barish, DeafNation, Inc. is the international leader in video content, news coverage, social networking and special events for the greater deaf and hard-of-hearing community. The company’s brand portfolio includes DeafNation Expo, 13th year of the world’s largest and most successful exposition for the deaf and hard of hearing community all over the United States and deafnation.com, an exclusive social network offering resources for the deaf and hard-of-hearing that provide in-depth coverage on current news, world activities and outstanding individuals.
We are a trusted one-stop center for deaf and hard of hearing. We have covered many international events, such as the Deaflympics and World Deaf Basketball Championships and many more. Along with our annual travelling Expos, DeafNation has been to many locations allover the world, as seen in “No Barriers with Joel Barish.” DeafNation is always looking for new stories to cover!
The goal of this website is to meet the needs of all our users. Each of us take away something different from this website from being an ASL student who is learning sign language to being an interpreter who is gaining a deeper understanding of the ASL language, or perhaps you are reconnecting with old friends and sharing your news with us. Whatever your reasons are I appreciate each and every one of you.
Deafspot.net is a deaf community news and deaf resource portal that features deaf community event listings, free webmail, captioned movie listings, telecommunications relay services, posting forums, google search, deaf blogs, resource links, deaf travel information, deaf dating services, classified listings, and special resource sections for the Gallaudet and NTID communities.
Deafweekly is an independent news report for the deaf and hard-of-hearing community that is mailed to subscribers on Wednesdays and available to read at www.deafweekly.com. These are the actual headlines and portions of recent deaf-related news articles, with links to the full story. Minor editing is done when necessary.
i DEAF NEWS provides live- and pre-recorded video news via the Internet specifically oriented to the interests and education of deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) people. We believe in the universal value of education and will provide relevant news to our viewers.
i DEAF NEWS believes that through our news programs, deaf and hard of hearing people throughout the United States and, eventually, the world, will enjoy and benefit from news pertinent to their lives as DHH people. Providing news gleaned from all over the world, which is related to DHH concerns and interests, is our focus and our mission.
i DEAF NEWS believes in assisting members of the DHH community who endeavor to stay abreast of not only the general news they watch via networks and cable news programs, but news that’s relevant to their daily lives and livelihood as DHH people. Becoming and staying abreast of news that relates to the deaf community can help develop the informed, well-rounded person each aspires to be.