NEWSWIRE: MONDAY AUGUST 17, 2015, 8 PM EDT, THE PAT PRICE ROOM:
TEK TALK WELCOMES SCOTT WHITE, DIRECTOR, NFB-NEWSLINE
NFB-NEWSLINER is a free audio information service available to anyone who is
blind, visually impaired, or print-disabled. NFB-NEWSLINER offers over four
hundred publications to choose from, including nine national newspapers like
the Wall Street Journal and USA Today, sixteen breaking news sources such as
CNN, BBC, and ESPN Online, fourteen international papers including the
Financial Times and Vancouver Sun, and countless state newspapers, as well
as fifty magazines like Reader's Digest, Time, Everyday with Rachel Ray, and
Guideposts. NFB-NEWSLINER also has TV listings, job listings, and localized
NFB-NEWSLINER's wide array of publications and announcements can be accessed
anytime you choose, on your schedule, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There
are a variety of ways to access the service. You can use your touch-tone
telephone right in your home; you can access the service via the website, On
Demand emails, using portable players, or even via your iPhone, iPad or
iPod! And it's always free.
To learn more about NFB-NEWSLINE join Scott White, Director of
NFB-NEWSLINER, for Tek Talk, at 8pm EDT.
For more information on how easy it is to sign up, visit
<http://www.nfbnewsline.org> www.nfbnewsline.org or call (866)504-7300.
Don't miss out on a single day of news!"
Presenter, Scott White, Director, NFB- Newsline
Date: Monday August 17, 2015
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