Is there a radio station for the blind?
Most of the presenters are blind or visually impaired. From 2007 until early 2016 it was known as Insight Radio….RNIB Connect Radio.
|Format||News, Music, Blind News, Talking Newspapers, Audiobooks Talk|
|Owner||RNIB with other Stakeholders|
What is a dead radio station?
Radio and television Dead air occurs in radio broadcasting when no audio program is transmitted for an extended period of time, usually more than a few seconds. In television broadcasting, the term denotes the absence of both audio and video program material. Technically, a carrier wave is still transmitting.
How do I get a blank radio station?
How do you tune the FM radio frequency to a blank FM station?
- Plug the transmitter into a power source (usually the cigarette lighter socket)
- Tune your car radio to an unused frequency.
- Tune the FM transmitter to the same frequency.
- Pair your phone or another device with the FM transmitter using Bluetooth.
RNIB Connect was the first dedicated visually impaired and blind radio station in Europe. It was started by the Royal National Institute Of Blind People in 2003 with the name VIP, which was short for Visually Impaired People, and was initially an online only service that ran for two hours a day.
Is there an app for British Wireless for the blind?
British Wireless for the Blind Fund (BWBF) has launched a groundbreaking new Android app. Speech Radio harnesses technology that has never before been used in a mobile app to allow the user to control its functionality and operations entirely by voice. The voice-controlled Speech Radio app will give users access to more than 10,000 radio stations.
Which is the best radio station for the visually impaired?
Listening to the radio ( and education for visually impaired people. In addition to st and explain why we like them. RNIB Connect was the first dedicated visually impaired and in 2016 the station changed its name to RNIB Connect Radio. RNIB Connect is now the U.K.’s premier visually impaired and articles.
Can a blind person use a DAB radio?
Ricability tested 15 DAB radios available on the high street, assessing how easy to use they were for blind and partially sighted people and people with limited dexterity. Full results are available from Ricability: DAB Radios or call 020 7427 2460 for a copy of the ‘Choosing a DAB radio’ consumer report.