DiMe web site formally launched


Access to space is always a problem for underrepresented communities, and the DiMe Network is here to provide that access for people with disabilities.

DiMe (Disability Media Network) has officially relaunched its website. The streaming TV channel, formerly called Disability News Report, has been renamed DiMe, Disability Media Network. DiMe is a television broadcaster that provides news, entertainment and lifestyle programming in the form of television series and documentaries created and / or featured by people with disabilities. Disability Media Network is a channel that provides programs with authentic display and groundbreaking coverage of specific issues facing the disability community. The Disability Media Network offers disabled filmmakers and crew members a platform to showcase their work and tell their stories in their own way.

DiMe founder and CEO Jennifer Price created DiMe as a digital media platform for and by the disabled community.

“The media is a powerful affirmation tool, so it is important that disabled people also receive affirmation and acceptance for who they are,” said Price.

Price had the website and company renamed to create a unified message, concept, brand and easy navigation for the television channel. The new branding features have updated a color palette, fonts, symbols and logo design.

“Access to space is always a problem for underrepresented communities,” Price said. “And DiMe Network is here to make it available to people with disabilities.”

DiMe is currently streaming on Roku and directly from dimenetworktv.com. Please visit Roku’s website or TV channel for more information.

About DiMe founder / CEO

Jennifer Price is the founder and CEO of Disability Media Network. She is a special education and disability law attorney whose practice was based in the greater Pittsburgh area. Prior to founding DiMe, Jennifer had over 10 years of experience defending the rights of victims as a prosecutor and the rights of people with disabilities. Jennifer is the author of EmpowerEd: Using Real Case Example to Look Deeper into IEP Management, a book for parents of children with disabilities that explains the legal process and allows readers to answer questions and take notes. She is a frequent legal commentator on regional talk shows and a national speaker on children with disabilities and the pipeline from school to prison. Jennifer is an active member of her community where she serves on the boards of the Murrysville Community Library Foundation, the Girl Scouts of Western Pennsylvania, and the East Suburban Citizens Advocacy. Jennifer received her BS in business administration from Fayetteville State University, an HBCU in her hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Jennifer then graduated from Hamline University School of Law (renamed Mitchell Hamline School of Law) in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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