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Radio for the blind and print-disabled

KXCV-KRNW partners with the University of Kansas to make the Kansas Audio-Reader Network available to the blind and print-disabled.

The Kansas Audio-Reader Network is a reading and information service for blind, visually impaired, and print disabled individuals in Kansas and western Missouri. Volunteers read daily newspapers, magazines and best-selling books on the air and on the internet, 24 hours a day. The service also offers automated newspaper readings by telephone.

Services are offered free of charge to anyone who is unable to read normal printed material.

Audio-Reader offers print-disabled persons the opportunity for greater personal independence by providing access to the printed word and visual information via electronic media and other technologies.

To find out more about the Audio-Reader service:
Call: 1-800-772-8898
Or visit:

For a brochure and application to receive the Audio-Reader service, visit: View PDF