Radio Reading Service volunteers turn print into sound for those who cannot see, hold, understand, or access everyday printed literature.
Each day from studios in Levin our volunteers read from newspapers, magazines, and books, for those who cannot see, hold, understand or access everyday printed literature. Covering a broad range of topics, these readings can be accessed through our radio broadcasts on 1602 AM, and 107.3 FM, or online at www.radioreading.nz
Use of Funds:
Funds will be used to keep tne NZ Radio Reading service on air. We need to keep our tramsmitters maintained, powered, and running; maintain and update studio equipment; develop and maintain our online presence; and continue our subscriptions to a wide range of newspapers and magazines.
The Radio Reading Service is a not for profit community organisation. From studios in Levin, volunteers read newspapers, magazines, periodicals, and books for those who cannot see, hold, understand, or access everyday printed literature.
"Turning print into sound."
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