Exciting news! Recently, meteorologist Zack Green from WBZ-TV CBS News Boston visited the Audio Journal studios to interview our own Bill Ruggiero, who records our weather and sports reports every day for Audio Journal. https://www.cbsnews.com/boston/video/it-happens-here-worcester-radio-station-a-reading-service-for-visually-impaired-disabled/

Worcester Telegram & Gazette Written by: Richard Duckett  – July 24, 2022 – Since Harry Duchesne became executive director of Audio Journal in June, he’s been hearing some things that have him enthused. And it’s not just the programs broadcast by the nonprofit radio reading service for the blind and visually/print impaired located in the Seven […]

WORCESTER — Inspired by her blind sister-in-law, Elaine Stabile began volunteering at Audio Journal fourteen years ago.  “I have a sister-in-law who is blind and has a guide dog, who lives in the New York area, and I watched how many services she has had available to her over the years,” said Stabile. “And there […]

Presentation starts 29 minutes into the video. Use the slider at the bottom of the video screen to move the video forward to 29 minutes. Mary Frandsen was invited to do a presentation about the new the Audio Journal App to members of the International Association of Audio Information Services in June 2021. The Audio […]

Vocero Hispano, Worcester’s Spanish language newspaper recognizes Audio Journal’s contributions to keeping the visually impaired Spanish speaking population informed about local and regional news.

The Audio Journal App for iPhone and iPad is available in Apple’s App Store.

Audio Journal’s Speaking Volumes book group recording programs using Zoom.

Executive Director Mary Frandsen was interviewed for an article in the Worcester Telegram and Gazette. She outlined the many challenges of adapting Audio Journal’s operations to continue broadcasting in the era of COVID-19.