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Computer Outlook to Broadcast Live from American Council of the Blind?s 44th National Convention
Attendees and Exhibitors to Receive Heightened Exposure; Reach Wider Audience
LAS VEGAS, NV (June 8, 2005) ? The Computer Outlook Radio Talk Show (CORTS), one of the country?s fastest growing syndicated computer talk shows, and the American Council of the Blind (ACB), announced today an agreement to broadcast live from ACB?s 44th National Convention July 2 - 9 at the Riviera Hotel Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
"This is an exciting opportunity for ACB," said Ralph Sanders, Public Relations for ACB. ?The comprehensive, conversational format of the Computer Outlook Radio Talk Show provides an additional value not only for those exhibitors who are given an opportunity to describe the features of their solutions to a broader audience, or for the attendees who may be able to learn more about a company, service or solution through the show, but for those who are blind or visually impaired who might otherwise completely miss out on the many new technologies that will be announced at the convention.?
With a National membership numbering in the tens of thousands, ACB?s National Convention raises awareness of blindness and the capabilities of blind people, while enabling exhibitors to demonstrate directly to their target audience, the latest advancements and technologies designed specifically for the visually impaired. Pairing with Computer Outlook, the blind and visually impaired worldwide will have the opportunity to hear live interviews with exhibiting companies and attendees about the newest and greatest solutions just as if they were able to attend the convention themselves. The ACB operates an internet radio station under the name of ACBRADIO which broadcasts to the blind and visually impaired worldwide. ACBRADIO will be covering the entire convention sharing programming with the Computer Outlook to it?s worldwide audience.
?Several of the technologies being demonstrated at the ACB Convention are truly remarkable and I think our regular listeners will get about as much of an education as the ACB members,? said John Iasiuolo, Show Host for Computer Outlook Radio Talk Show. ?We?re looking forward to sharing all the latest advancements with the ACB Radio blind and visually impaired listeners worldwide as well with our regular listeners?.
Computer Outlook broadcasts live Monday thru Friday from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm through its flagship station KLAV AM 1230 "The Talk of Las Vegas." Designed to entertain listeners, while informing them about the world of computers and related technologies, this syndicated show can also be heard on more than 90 AM and FM radio stations across the country, as well as a growing number of stations worldwide. The one-hour radio program is simultaneously streamed over the internet by When It?s On Internet Radio Network, which can be accessed by logging onto www.computeroutlook.com. Segments are also available as take-anywhere, play-anytime Podcasts from the Computer Outlook Radio Talk Show?s website.
About Computer Outlook The country?s fastest growing syndicated computer talk show, Computer Outlook features "What's New - What's Best and What?s Next" in the computer and I.T. industries. The program broadcasts from its flagship station KLAV AM 1230 "The Talk of Las Vegas" Monday thru Friday evenings ?LIVE? from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm the syndicated show can be heard on more than 80 selected radio stations across the country. The show is also simultaneously streamed over the internet by When It?s On Internet Radio Network. Access the network by logging onto www.computeroutlook.com. In addition, Computer Outlook airs computer tips daily at 8:30 am, 12:30 pm and 4:00 pm.
About American Council of the Blind The American Council of the Blind is the nation's largest consumer based advocacy organization working on behalf of the rights of blind and visually impaired Americans. The ACB has approximately 20,000 members organized in 71 state and special interest affiliates. For more information about the ACB and its work visit our web site at www.acb.org.
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