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Update on accessibility of on-demand programme services

Ofcom Broadcasting Updates

Ofcom has today published a report setting out the proportion of on-demand programme services with subtitles, audio description or signing; and a statement on changes to the way Ofcom will collect and publish data on the accessibility of these services.

The report covers the period from April 2015 to March 2016, and looks at a wide range of on-demand services ranging from catch-up TV to film services and local TV archives.

The report shows that, during the period, 68% of providers did not provide any access services at all. While 32% did provide some subtitling, only 6% provided audio description and signing.

There is currently no legal requirement on providers of ODPS to make their services accessible to people with hearing and/or visual impairments. This differs from broadcast television services, where broadcasters must achieve specific accessibility targets.

Today’s statement sets out changes to the way Ofcom will collect and publish data on the accessibility of on-demand services. In future, providers of such services will be required to submit data more frequently, in line with the collection of data on broadcast accessibility.

This change will allow Ofcom, industry and consumers to measure progress and compare accessibility across television services. We will also ensure that the data collected is detailed enough to help consumers choose between services.


Yr wybodaeth ddiweddaraf am hygyrchedd gwasanaethau rhaglenni ar-alwad

Mae Ofcom wedi cyhoeddi adroddiad heddiw sy’n dangos pa gyfran o wasanaethau rhaglenni ar-alwad sydd ag is-deitlau, disgrifiadau sain neu iaith arwyddion; a datganiad am newidiadau i’r ffordd y bydd Ofcom yn casglu ac yn cyhoeddi data am hygyrchedd y gwasanaethau hyn.

Mae’r adroddiad yn edrych ar y cyfnod mis Ebrill 2015 i fis Mawrth 2016 ac yn trafod ystod eang o wasanaethau ar-alwad sy’n amrywio o deledu dal i fyny i wasanaethau ffilmiau ac archifau teledu lleol.

Mae’r adroddiad yn dangos, yn ystod y cyfnod, nad oedd 68% o ddarparwyr wedi darparu dim gwasanaethau mynediad o gwbl. Roedd 32% wedi darparu rhywfaint o is-deitlau, a dim ond 6% oedd wedi darparu disgrifiadau sain ac iaith arwyddion.

Ar hyn o bryd nid oes dim gofyniad cyfreithiol ar ddarparwyr gwasanaethau rhaglenni ar-alwad i sicrhau bod eu gwasanaethau yn hygyrch i bobl sydd â nam ar eu clyw a/neu ar eu golwg. Mae hyn yn wahanol i wasanaethau teledu darlledu, lle mae’n rhaid i ddarlledwyr gyrraedd targedau hygyrchedd penodol.

Mae datganiad heddiw yn nodi’r newidiadau i sut bydd Ofcom yn casglu ac yn cyhoeddi data am hygyrchedd gwasanaethau ar-alwad. Yn y dyfodol, bydd angen i ddarparwyr gwasanaethau o'r fath gyflwyno data’n amlach, yn unol â sut caiff data ei gasglu am hygyrchedd darlledu.

Bydd y newid hwn yn caniatáu i Ofcom, i’r diwydiant ac i ddefnyddwyr fesur cynnydd a chymharu hygyrchedd ar draws gwasanaethau teledu. Byddwn hefyd yn sicrhau bod y data sy’n cael ei gasglu yn ddigon manwl i helpu defnyddwyr i ddewis rhwng gwasanaethau.


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