Radio Reading Resources for Stations and Volunteers

 

 

young Radio Reading volunteer, Emma Ross, in Vision Australia Radio’s Perth studio. Emma has a vision impairment.RPHA Radio Reading Services has embarked on a project to extend the national reach of Radio Reading services to empower Australians with a print disability living in regional, rural and remote areas.

RPH Australia is supporting community radio stations, outside the current Radio Reading Network, to produce new, diverse, quality local programming made by and for people with a print disability in their community.

The dedicated RPH-licensed stations within the Radio Reading Network provide life-changing information services for people with a print disability. However, there are large populations outside our existing broadcast footprint with unmet information needs.

The CMTO teamed up with RPHA Radio Reading Services to assist in the development of community media training resources for RPHA's Regional Development Project.

You can access all the amazing resource by following the links:

Station Resources

Volunteer Resources

Make sure to also access RPHA's Video resources.

 

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RPHA thanks their project partners, who helped realise these fully accessible resources: Tagged PDF, experts in accessibility; the Community Media Training Organisation, and the Community Broadcasting Foundation.