UK's Channel 4 has largest team of presenters with disabilities for Rio Paralympics
Britain's Channel 4 has the largest ever team of presenters with disabilities for its coverage of the 2016 Rio Paralympics.
Almost two-thirds of the on-screen anchors will be disabled and there will be 26 disabled production staff helping produce the coverage.
The Rio games, which take place in September, will be the biggest ever overseas broadcast in Channel 4 history with over 700 hours of live coverage.The reporting team includes former wheelchair rugby player Steve Brown, former sitting volleyball player Martine Wright and former Paralympic skier Sean Rose.
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