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Triangle Radio Reading Service Overview
Triangle Radio Reading Service is a nonprofit information agency providing current news, information and entertainment from the print media to people who are blind, visually impaired and physically disabled. Broadcasts occur 24 hours a day on an audio network of radio, television, streaming to the internet, and podcasts. TRRS helps its listeners achieve their rightful place in society. 150 volunteer readers come into the studios in Raleigh to reach almost 20,000 listeners in 20 counties in North Central NC, and also throughout the world via the internet.
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Radio stations are run by computers these days and I assist with computers and office equipment at Triangle radio Reading Service. I have been a volunteer since 2005 and this is my way of giving back to the community. Volunteer work at a radio station is different from the normal computer work I ...
I have been a volunteer reader for a few years now. I derive a great deal of satisfaction in knowing that I'm helping the blind and sight impaired with things they cannot read for themselves. It's a great organization...
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I have been a volunteer reader since August 2000 and I can't think of anything more rewarding than to read articles of interest from the local newspaper to those who can't do it themselves. Although they have been on the air for more than 25 years, Triangle Radio Reading Service has kept current ...
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