People stop at the virtual newsstand every day. They come away better informed and feeling more independent. People with a variety of visual disabilities – those who are alone or isolated, people of all ages – have timely access to information from around the region and the world.
VOICEcorps is a radio and web broadcast service providing 24 hour content throughout Columbus metro. An estimated 50,000 or more people in the broadcast range experience a disability and could benefit from this service.
There are many ways to hear VOICEcorps. Choose one or more of the options that best fits you or your loved one.
SCA Radios - Free preset radio receivers are available right now. The process is simple. Download a PDF radio application and send by mail. The radio is free and on loan to you for as long as you need it. We can have the radio shipped to you in just a few days.
Cable TV - Several cable TV systems carry VOICEcorps as audio under the local community bulletin board channel. On Columbus-area Time-Warner systems, for example, VOICEcorps can be heard on channel 6 for those with a standard television set without an external box from the cable company. VOICEcorps is on channel 9 of digital TV sets or for those with a digital cable box.
Online - Signup to listen to VOICEcorps's "audio on demand" website and you'll have access to programming live or as downloadable podcasts of every program we produce.
Not sure which is right for you or your loved one? Call us at 614-274-7650 and we will be happy to help you choose the perfect fit for you.