[tabi] Re: FW: Exciting New Job-Listings Feature Added to NFB-NEWSLINER!

  • From: "Tinetta Cooper" <lilheart@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2010 16:15:14 -0500

Darla, see Scott's message about logging on to find job listings.  I haven't 
visited Newsline yet to check job openings, but I know the Democrat is one of 
the available newspapers.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Darla J. Rogers 
  To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Thursday, December 16, 2010 10:44 AM
  Subject: [tabi] Re: FW: Exciting New Job-Listings Feature Added to 

  Dear Tinetta,

  Newsline is an awesome services; sadly, some papers we may wish to read 
haven't contacted Newsline to come onboard.

  I still haven't seen anything about the jobs service, when I log in.  
Perhaps, I missed the date, and it isn't in placeyet.


    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Tinetta Cooper 
    To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
    Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 5:02 PM
    Subject: [tabi] Re: FW: Exciting New Job-Listings Feature Added to 

              Scott, I have been on Newsline for a while.  As far as I know, 
you need a code to access newspapers and magazines when you call the 800 
number.  I would advise visiting NFB.org and doing a search for Newsline.  
There should be instructions for registering.
              We need support for this service as funds may be cut soon.  
Representative Michelle Rehwinkel Vasilinda is working on continued funding and 
any other advocacy would be great!

      ----- Original Message ----- 
      From: Scott Greenblatt 
      To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
      Cc: 'Scott Greenblatt' 
      Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 3:10 PM
      Subject: [tabi] FW: Exciting New Job-Listings Feature Added to 

      I'm not sure who on the list is registered with the NFB Newsline service 
but Ijust got this message and knew I needed to get it out to the list 
immediately; in case you need the phone number to access the service it is: 
888-882-1629. Hopefully this service will really help us gain access to more 
job opportunities around town. 


           Scott Greenblatt Esq.



      From: NFB-NEWSLINE® [mailto:rwest@xxxxxxx] 
      Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 2:55 PM
      To: sgreenblatt76@xxxxxxxxx
      Subject: Exciting New Job-Listings Feature Added to NFB-NEWSLINE®!


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                        NFB-NEWSLINE® News




                        December 14. 2010 

                        Dear Scott, 

                        Announcing the Addition of Job Listings on 




                        In addition to the hundreds of publications and TV 
listings available, NFB-NEWSLINE® now offers subscribers the ability to 
independently access job classifieds and apply for open positions.  With this 
groundbreaking job-listings feature, blind and print-disabled people will be 
able to search for job openings that match their education, skills, and 
interests.  Subscribers can easily search through hundreds of thousands of job 
listings from all across the country and look for openings in their hometowns.


                        With the addition of content from a national job 
classifieds provider, NFB-NEWSLINE® subscribers can conduct searches for job 
openings in over fifty categories such as banking and education, and if 
desired, can narrow the search to look for certain keywords within the 
listings.  Subscribers can also request that a particular job listing be sent 
to them via e-mail by pressing "pound nine" when hearing the listing; the 
e-mail will contain the listing as well as a link that will provide a Web page 
with the position's application form.


                        To access the job listings, subscribers call into the 
NFB-NEWSLINE® service (the listings are currently only available via phone) and 
press "nine" from the main menu.  From there, subscribers then set up their 
search profile by identifying the zip code from which the job listings are 
culled, and create and save their search preferences (category and keyword).  
Because the job listings are pulled afresh from the classifieds provider on 
each call, subscribers get the most up-to-the-minute search results.  
Subscribers can choose to save (or discard) listings for later access by 
pressing "five" when listening to a listing, and navigation through the 
listings is accomplished by using the "one" and "three" keys.


                        The Job Listings Main Menu is as follows:


                        To edit or change your search setup, press 1.  The 
search setup includes setting the zip code and search preferences.


                        To view all of your job search results, press 2.  This 
pulls up all of the results for positions in the provided zip code matching the 
category and keyword selection.


                        To hear your saved jobs, press 3.  Subscribers can 
review jobs that were saved earlier.


                        To hear only new jobs, press 4.  This allows 
subscribers to skip over jobs that were previously heard; any jobs not heard 
since last search will also be available in this area.  


                        To hear only previously accessed jobs, press 5.  This 
option provides the ability to review a previously heard listing.


                        To view only discarded jobs, press 6.  This allows 
subscribers to access listings that were deleted in error.


                        To experience the revolutionary job-listings feature, 
call today!





                        From the NFB-NEWSLINE® Team 

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