ACB Radio, a project of the American Council of the Blind, streams via the internet, up-to-date and relevant information worldwide for persons who are blind or who have low vision, provides programming produced by blind programmers, and a platform on which blind musicians and artists express their talents.
If you or someone you know is planning a convention or a special event that you wish to share with the world, then you have come to the right place for your streaming needs!
ACB Radio will be more than happy to provide the necessary information to help you put together a successful streaming event.
To get started please fill out the affiliate streaming request form which can be accessed by clicking on the link below.
Click here to access the affiliate request form.
Keep up with our ACBRadio personalities by joining any of our ACBRadio lists.
For announcements only you can subscribe to our announce list.
Click here for more information about the announce list and subscribe.
Do you want to interact with your favorite ACBRadio broadcaster as well as other ACBRadio listeners?
Then the ACBRadio Friends list is the place to be.
How about keeping up with the latest technology news and information from ACBRadio's MainMenu?
MainMenu Friends is the place where you can get updates about the show as well as any information on accessible technology.
Are you wondering what to have for dinner tonight?
The Cooking in the Dark list is a great place for helpful suggestions on many great recipes.
Now if you are away from your computer or if you are in a place where cell phone coverage is sparse you can still listen to ACB Radio!
Yes, you can listen to ACB Radio with an ordinary telephone by calling 231-460-1047.
Once you connect you can choose which stream you wish to listen to.
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All content created initially for use by ACB in publications, in any media on any web site domains administered by ACB, or as a broadcast or podcast on ACB Radio, archived or not, is considered to be the property of the American Council of the Blind. Creative content that appears elsewhere originally remains the property of the original copyright holder. Those responsible for creative content submitted initially to ACB are free to permit their materials to appear elsewhere with proper attribution and prior notification to the ACB national office.