There is a radio station in New Orleans for the blind. Volunteers every day read the local newspaper on the air, along best-sellers, grocery ads, stories for kids, mysteries, the Wall Street Journal, young adult novels and much more.

WRBH marks 30 years of educating, entertaining visually impaired on New Orleans radio airwaves When I pulled in to park at WRBH a week ago, Natalia Gonzalez was outside sweeping leaves off the sidewalk. The yard at the big old white house at 3606 Magazine St. was littered with branches, reminders of Hurricane Isaac. And …

There is a radio station in New Orleans for the blind. Volunteers every day read the local newspaper on the air, along best-sellers, grocery ads, stories for kids, mysteries, the Wall Street Journal, young adult novels and much more. Read More »