Taking it’s news from local newspapers, the Coventry talking newspapers provides 90 minutes of audio every week. Produced from it’s recording and duplicating studios at the COVENTRY RESOURCE CENTRE FOR THE BLIND in Earlsdon Coventry. The organization is run by local volunteers.
The talking newspaper for Coventry started in 1976, producing a 30 minute cassette delivered by hand to a small number of people in Coventry. Increasing listenership was helped by royal mail agreeing to deliver the tape free of charge to all it’s listeners in Coventry followed by a increase in broadcast material to 60 mintues each week. In 1990 a further increase of material took the weekly show to 90 minutes. The new millenium started to take the show to new media. A trial producing and delivering the show on CD produced mixed resuts followed by a trial on USB stick. The USB stick was the preferred buy diazepam ireland option and also opened further developments inclusing SD card, internet broadcast and itunes and smartphone app download. The cassette is now phasing out and the show looks now to continue to broadcast on a multiple of digital platforms.
Receiving Coventry talking newspaper for the blind and visually impaired
The talking newspaper for Coventry can be heard via the following digital output :
USB Stick – Contact us for delivery
If you wish to subscribe to the show via podcast software, then you will need podcast address or address feed. This is currently :
COVENTRY RESOURCE CENTRE FOR THE BLIND
Here is a list of news updates taken from the Coventry resource centre for the blind website :
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