TV Worldwide’s ‘WebAble TV’ Internet TV Channel for Community of People with Disabilities, Celebrates First Year with Webcast at CSUN 2013

CHANTILLY, VA.: TV Worldwide, since 1999, a pioneering web-based global TV network, announced that its Internet TV Channel for the Community of People with Disabilities, WebAble TV,  had been selected to webcast the CSUN 28th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, February 27-March 1, 2013 in San Diego. The event marks the one year anniversary of the launch of WebAble TV, a joint venture with the Paciello Group , Web Accessibility Experts. During the webcast, TV Worldwide’s Chairman and CEO, Dave Gardy and the Paciello Group Chairman Mike Paciello will make a joint announcement about the launch of a new series on WebAble TV, ‘Social Media and Disability’. The CSUN webcast is sponsored by Extra Sensory Technology and ViewPlus Technologies in addition to other webcast supporters.

“We are pleased to have worked with an organization of the caliber of The Paciello Group over the past year as we soft-launched WebAble TV,” said Gardy.

“Expanding WebAble TV content to be fully accessible this year and launching the new series, ‘Social Media and Disability’ is part of the vision Mike Paciello and I have for WebAble TV to develop accessible content on a full spectrum of issues, activities and events important to the community of people with disabilities.”

“It’s been great to work with TV Worldwide over the past year to launch WebAble TV channel and we look forward to the channel expansion with the launch of the web series, ‘Social Media and Disability’, which will highlight all of the enabling features Social Media applications offer to the community of people with disabilities,” said Paciello. “As they have for several CSUN events in the past, we look forward to TV Worldwide’s coverage of CSUN 2013 activities on the WebAble TV channel.”

People around the world can view on line coverage of CSUN 2013 at the CSUN 2013 webcast event site, at WebAble TV, where it will also be archived after the event for a full year. On-demand conference content will include selected sessions, keynotes and interviews with key CSUN participants and should begin to appear on February 28 or sooner.