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Our specialty programming covers important issues affecting elders, those affected by blindness or low vision.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of Audio Journal who help us provide or expand this vital service to individuals who are visually impaired.
Your contribution goes directly to support the efforts of over 130 volunteers and is deductible to the full extent of the law.
Audio Journal, Inc., a nonprofit radio, cable, telephone and online broadcast service, seeks to inform and empower those disadvantaged by age, blindness or low vision.
Our Service: Audio Journal provides access to current, local printed information, access to culture and the arts, and special services including employment, internships and Braille.
Resources: Helpful, linked information concerning blindness services, educational resources, and related interests.
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LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Audio Journal makes adjustments to continue radio reading service for visually impaired By Richard Duckett Telegram & Gazette Staff WORCESTER — The COVID-19 pandemic brings some unique issues to many regular listeners of the Audio Journal. The nonprofit radio...
Talk Radio Listening in on a book club for those without sight. O, The Oprah Magazine, February 2019