Company size: 5,660 employees
Key product/service items: AOL provides content produced by journalists from new and traditional media, freelance writers and bloggers, and licensed content from third parties, as well as aggregations of user-generated content through sites, such as The Huffington Post. In addition, the company offers search and contextual, online advertising, display advertising, and Internet access subscription services. AOL also provides consumer applications, such as AOL Mail and AIM, which are e-mail and instant messaging services.
Accessibility website overview: The AOL accessibility website details the company’s assistive technology products and accessible services. AOL’s accessibility policy and disabled community outreach initiatives are also listed on the website.
Key statements on ICT product and services accessibility: The AOL Accessibility Policy expresses the company's commitment to develop products and services that are accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. The policy is founded on three fundamental principles:
Key areas of accessibility work: Accessibility at AOL is about extending the power of the Internet to all users. In addition to addressing product compatibility with assistive technologies such as screen reader software, alternative keyboard devices and voice recognition products, AOL strives to introduce features to enhance the value of the Internet to people with disabilities.
Company accessibility website: http://corp.aol.com/our-values/accessibility
United States of America
Email: AOL Contact