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Gonzalo Martín Muñoz (Madrid, 1989) is a researcher and journalist specialized in cultural information and media accessibility for people with disabilities.
Graduated in Journalism, he attended a Master in Applied Research to Mass Media offered by the University Carlos III of Madrid.
Although he has previously worked as a journalist for magazines and newspapers, he currently works as a researcher, editor, graphic designer and community manager at the Spanish Centre for Subtitling and Audio Description (CESyA), a centre managed by the University Carlos III of Madrid and the Royal Board on Disability of the Ministry of Health, Consumption and Social Welfare.
In addition to his communication and research work, he also participates in the monthly research of the centre of accessibility in different DTT channels, as well as in the evaluation of films which run for the award of the ‘CESyA Seal’ (which guarantees the quality for the mart accessibility of audiovisual products and services).
He also collaborates for the organisation and coverage of cultural, academic or informative events and, equally, in the provision of accessible services such as subtitling or audio description, either live or deferred.
As a lover of art and culture, he opts for literature, theatre and, especially, cinema, which is why he updates the Accessible Cultural Agenda with those passes, sessions or shows that present accessibility services in Spain.