Ability Media needs your help to support our growth. We are a nonprofit because we are part of Quinnipiac University. As such, we rely on donations, grants and fundraising to help fund our operations. Any donations will go to help our student-based staff do their jobs.
Our Latest Video: Ability Swim is a 30 minute show that was written, produced, directed, and distributed by the Ability Media Production summer camp for students with all abilities. The show includes features, a music video, an original sitcom, and various testimonials by the students who attended the camp.
Our Latest Article: Ford is providing a $150,000 grant to create the new fellowship program, which provides fellows with mentorship, a peer network and specialized training on how to cover disabilities.
Ability Media was created by longtime broadcast journalist Dave Stevens and the School of Communications at Quinnipiac University to address a pressing need across all forms of media – the lack of representation of people with different abilities in the content and in jobs.
Our team is comprised primarily of interns from Quinnipiac University and overseen by Chris Roush, the dean of the School of Communications, and Dave Stevens, a professional in residence. All members of our team are dedicated to increasing representation of people with different abilities and many members have personal experience with this.
Ability Media is creating inclusive content in various forms. On our site you can find articles, videos, and podcasts covering a variety of topics with a focus on people of varying abilities in media. More content can be found on our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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