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WRBH Blog: Say, That Looks A Bit Different…

Notice Anything New?

Written by Kacie Stillings. January 14, 2015

If you’re a long-time listener of WRBH, then you’ve probably noticed that we’ve recently made some big changes. In December, we introduced a brand new program schedule, and now in January, we’re launching a redesigned website with a plethora of upgrades for our blind and sighted audience. While WRBH has long served as a best practice for FM reading radio, the station’s new website is now poised to become a national leader for online resources for the blind as well. Our goal is for the new site to be 100% compatible with screen reader software, increasing ease of access to information for blind and print handicapped online users all over the world. These improvements have been made possible thanks to a grant from the New Orleans Hash House Harriers and the diligent dedication of Hero|farm, a New Orleans based marketing, public relations, and design agency with a simple philosophy: Do great work for good people. We hope you’ll take a look at the site, enjoy the new resource, and bear with us as we continue to update all of the information (like I said, it’s a plethora!). Enjoy!


P.S. In case you were looking, below is a link to the new program schedule. Please let us know your thoughts on it!


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