Accessibility

JTV is dedicated to bridging the accessibility gap to ensure that we are delivering a user- friendly shopping experience to every customer visiting JTV.com. In compliance with Amendment 508 of the United States Workforce Rehabilitation Act of 1973, JTV strives to be a leader in the continuation of improvements that allow for the ultimate ease-of-use on all devices in cooperation with assistive technologies. Here are some of the recent steps we have taken:

  • Alt text on all images
  • “Skip to main content” option
  • All functionalities accessible from keyboard
  • Captions mentioned for multimedia files
  • Error messages displayed to all users
  • Sitemap tagged to all appropriate pages
  • All documents have proper titles
  • Periodically enlist disability groups to test pages for ease of use

We are very excited about being able to offer a web experience that is both effortless and enjoyable for all our users. As technology advances, we will continue to amend and enhance the accessibility of our site.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) defines closed captioning as a display of the audio portion of a television program as text on the TV screen, providing a critical link to news, entertainment and information for individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. Congress requires video programming distributors (VPDs) - cable operators, broadcasters, satellite distributors and other multi-channel video programming distributors - to close caption their TV programs.

JTV provides closed captioning for the convenience of all viewers.