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DCMP News & Announcements

  • DCMP app.

    New iOS Application for Viewing DCMP Media

    The Described and Captioned Media Program has a priority of making our resources accessible for all users on all types of devices. Based on client statistics and feedback, we recently focused our software development efforts on a native iOS app for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad users. We launched our beta in December to a limited number of test clients and received very positive feedback. This new application makes viewing our media on iOS devices even easier!

    Apple has approved our app, and it’s available for download now! To install the app, search for “DCMP” in the iTunes App Store or click here (iOS 7.0 required). Once installed, simply log in with your existing DCMP credentials and enjoy watching DCMP media in a faster, more integrated mobile interface. We have many new iOS app features in development, and we’ll announce those over the coming months.

  • Embed

    DCMP Media is Now Embeddable!

    We’re proud to announce that DCMP video content is now able to be embedded into your LMS (“Learning Management System”, such as Moodle or Blackboard), CMS (“Content Management System,” such as WordPress), or virtually any other HTML-based web presentation. Embedding DCMP content into your LMS creates a convenient way to share additional resources with students that you might not otherwise have time for in the classroom. We’ve created a demonstration video that walks members through finding a media item on the DCMP website, copying the embed code, and embedding that video into a Moodle lesson. To view the demo video, click here.

  • A hand holds a small Roku device.

    DCMP on TV: It’s Easier Than Ever!

    DCMP’s Roku channel is the simplest solution to viewing DCMP media on your television or projector.

    Starting at just $49, the Roku is a streaming “set-top box” with thousands of channels including Netflix, HBO, Showtime, ESPN, History, and DCMP! The Roku uses your existing Wi-Fi and connects to your television or projector using an HDMI connection. Nearly all DCMP streaming videos are available on Roku in great quality–including HD when available.

    For a demonstration of the DCMP Roku channel, instructions on connecting a Roku to your television, and a walk-through of linking your Roku to your DCMP account, please see this video.

    To add the DCMP channel to your Roku device, please follow these instructions.

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