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The chapter shares the insights of disabled media workers – the research participants for this project – and considers their advice for other people with disability seeking a career in the media. Five key themes related to media work as a disabled person emerged – love of the work, disclosure, technology, training and the business model characterising a new era in media work. These can be described as both words of optimism and words of caution. Throughout, the chapter expresses despair that in researching this book no significant new findings have been discovered to suggest there has been a change in attitude since the 1990s when the last major cycle of disability-related media work research took place despite the media as an industry having changed so much.
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