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The Show provides accessible seating (including companion seating) at all tapings to guests with disabilities.
The availability of accessible seating cannot be assured if the number of guests requiring the accessible seating at any given taping exceeds the allotted number of accessible seating locations.
The pictures will show up in your Smart Things camera device page.
There are 2 parts to this installation so please see the instruction carefully (there is difference between how the Smart App is installed and how the Device Handler is installed, don’t mix it up or it won’t work) This device/app is available on the RBoy apps server (along with all the rest of the premium and free apps)
Accordingly, accessible seating may be reserved prior to the taping date by calling 1-818-295-2700 at least 24 hours before the taping date.
If you do not reserve accessible seating in advance, accessible seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis only.
In determining which type of auxiliary aid or service to provide, the Show will consult with you to determine what type of aid is needed to ensure effective communication; however, the determination of which aid or service is necessary to provide effective communication is ultimately made by the Show.
Guests are permitted to park in the CBS Television City lot if they require accessible parking due to a disability and have a valid government issued handicap placard displayed.
If guests with confirmed reservations for accessible seating do not arrive by the designated arrival time, their reservation for accessible seating may be released to others on a first-come, first-served basis; first to guests with disabilities, and then to guests who do not require accessible seating (once all standard seats have been filled).
Folks have been requesting to integrate Blink Camera with Smart Things, so here it is finally. A big thank you to Blink’s management and engineers for their support in making this happen.
For those who don’t know Blink, it’s a VERY cool HD wireless camera that runs on a battery (about 1-2 years per set of 2 batteries)/USB power and uses a PIR motion detector to detect intrusion and start recording a clip / see a live video and connects via Wifi (totally wirefree).
Accessible parking on the lot (including designated large van parking) is on a first-come, first-served basis.
If all accessible parking is filled and a guest with a disability cannot make use of another parking spot, alternative arrangements (including drop-offs) can be made to assist that guest.