SCHACTER: Our goal is to assist entertainment venues—museums, theaters, amusement parks, cruise ships, etc.—in becoming accessible for the entire hearing loss population.
MYERS: Can you give us some examples?
SCHACTER: It’s a growing list: the New York Historical Society, soon more than two dozen subway information booths and three buses here in New York. Also, the Museum of Modern Art’s classroom, Temple Emanu-El (the world’s largest Jewish house of worship), the Kentucky Derby Museum, and the Chrysler Museum. Loops will also be coming to Ellis Island, Graceland, and a pilot program for the New York City Transit and Limousine Commission.
MYERS: Aren’t you also working with the National Park Service?