For 32 years, WRBH has been serving its mission to turn the printed word into the spoken word so that the blind and print handicapped can receive the same ease of access to current information as their sighted peers. WRBH seeks to empower, inform, and entertain a segment of the population that is much larger than most people realize. WRBH’s audience includes the blind and illiterate as well as individuals who are unable to read due to illness, spinal cord injuries, eye muscle damage, learning disabilities, lack of access to print media, and loss of vision due to age. WRBH also provides content that is of interest to the general public such as local and national news, best-selling novels, children’s books, and programs encouraging cultural, educational, and emotional enrichment. Thanks to countless hours donated by over 150 volunteers, WRBH’s programming is on the air 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
WRBH is made possible in part thanks to a generous donation from