Providing Audio Access for Information, Culture & Opportunities
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 170 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.
"Thank you for brightening my days, every day, all year."
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
For many years, Audio Journal’s radio reading services was in part subsidized by government funding. Due to cut backs and funding restrictions, this is no longer the case. In this time, we need your support more than ever. What can you do? Make your voice heard!...read more
Calliope’s holiday show this year is The 1940’s Radio Hour, a musical by Walton Jones that features songs from the Golden Age of Radio. Set in December of 1942, this musical recreates a live radio broadcast of a variety show from that bygone era when the United States...read more
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