AMI-tv announces its program schedule for autumn 2022

TORONTO, August 16, 2022 /CNW/ — Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) today announced its AMI TV schedule for the fall 2022 broadcast season, featuring a series of exciting new and returning AMI Originals made available in descriptive video for the blind and visually impaired community are Canada.

AMI original productions are at the heart of AMI-tv’s programming and are featured on the coveted shows 8 p.m and 8:30 p.m Time slot from Monday to Friday.

Double-tap TV is back for Season 5! return on Tuesday, 09/13at 8 p.m East, Double-tap TV brings viewers discussions about all things tech—all with an eye on accessibility—on TV. Join hosts every week steven scott, Marc Afalo and a range of contributors as they help viewers better understand how technology can help in everyday life.

debut on Wednesday, 09/14at 8 p.m Eastern is the new series Healthy at home. Produced by Honey Cut Studios (#I can do this), fitness trainer Bobby Janzen takes viewers through a home workout that tones and strengthens for everyday life. As a member of the blind and partially sighted community, Bobbi provides detailed step-by-step instructions, often focusing on the muscle groups that are overused when using a white cane or guide dog. This quick workout is the best way to start or end your day and can even be done on the go!

In addition to Double-tap TV and Healthy at homeViewers can catch up on previous seasons of AMI Originals Dish with Mary, Beyond the field, #I can do this, Our community, Mind your own business and the awardee Employable I.

In addition to AMI’s original programs, there are a number of purchased series offered in a described video.

Midweek afternoons feature family drama featuring seasons 1-6 of When the heart calls– which follows the adventures of a young teacher who trades big city life for a small coal mining town in 1910 Canada – at 12pm EST, followed by seasons 9-15 of heartland– the multi-generational drama began alberta and main role Amber Marshall, Michelle Morgan, Shaun Johnston and Chris Potter – at 13 o’clock East.

Sundays on AMI-tv includes a comedy block consisting of Season 1 of son of a Kritch— the heartfelt family sitcom based on the life of comedian Mark Critch 6 p.m Eastern followed by Seasons 5-8 of Mr Dwith stand-up comedian Gerry D as an unlucky elementary school gym teacher, at 6:30 p.m East.

Past seasons of award winners Murdoch mysteries, coroner, burden of truth, Schott’s Creek and Kim’s convenience further on AMI-tv. Other recurring favorites are American greed, attitude and Frankie Drake Mysteries. Saturday and Sunday evenings offer the biggest feature films on AMI-tv Hollywoodwith described video.

“I’m very excited for AMI’s upcoming airing season,” he says John Melville, Vice President, Content Development & Programming, AMI-audio/AMI-tv. “We are honored to offer a wide range of programs to the blind and visually impaired community Canada.”

The AMI programming features Integrated Described Video (IDV), making it accessible to those who are blind or have low vision.

All dates subject to change. Additional fall program will be announced in the coming weeks. Stream past episodes of AMI original programming on-demand after airing on AMI.ca or through the AMI tv app.

The Fall Returns and Debuts of AMI-tv (All Times Eastern)

on Monday
9 amNow with David Brown (Mon-Fri)
Midday – When the heart calls (Mon-Thurs)
13 o’clockheartland (Mon-Fri)
4 p.mSchott’s Creek (Mon-Thurs)
4:30 p.mKim’s convenience (Mon.-Wed.)
8 p.mBeyond the field
8:30 p.m#I can do this
21 clock – Murdoch mysteries (Mon-Fri)

Tuesdays
8 p.mDouble-tap TV (Season 5 debuts 13 Sept)
8:30 p.m – Mind your own business

Wednesdays
8 p.mHealthy at home (Debut 14 Sept)
8:30 p.m – AMI originals

thursdays
8 p.mOur community
8:30 p.mDish with Mary

Fridays
Midday – Frankie Drake Mysteries
8 p.m – AMI originals

Saturdays
3 pmcoroner
4 p.mburden of truth
8 p.mEmployable I
21 clock – Saturday night movie

Sundays
6 p.mson of a Kritch
6:30 p.mMr D
19 o’clockMurdoch mysteries
8 p.mattitude
21 clockSunday night movie

About AMI TV

AMI-tv is the world’s first television station to broadcast all programs in open format video format described for the blind or visually impaired, and is broadcast daily to more than eight million Canadian homes as part of most service providers’ basic digital cable package. AMI-tv is committed to broadcasting a variety of content with a focus on accessibility and inclusion.

About Accessible Media Inc.

AMI is a non-profit media company that entertains, informs and supports blind or visually impaired Canadians. With three broadcast services, AMI-tv and AMI-audio in English and AMI-télé in French, AMI’s vision is to create and support a voice for Canadians with disabilities to advance their interests, concerns and values ​​through accessible media, reflection and representation. To learn more, visit AMI.ca and AMItele.ca.

Further links: www.ami.ca

SOURCE Accessible Media Inc. (AMI)

For More Information: For media inquiries and information, please contact: Greg David, Communications Specialist, Accessible Media Inc., [email protected]647-417-0631

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