[Nfbc-info] Choice Magazine Listening Available Via NLS

Annemarie Cooke aec732 at msn.com
Wed Mar 3 08:14:59 UTC 2010

I have been asked to circulate the following, and 
am glad to do so because I read the publication, 
and really like it.  They do a great job of 
selecting an interesting group of articles every other month.

David Andrews


Reconnect with an old friend or meet a new one – 
CHOICE Magazine Listening is available for free 
digital download from the Library of Congress’ 
National Library Service for the Blind and 
Physically Handicapped's BARD program.

  Produced six times a year, each issue contains 
unabridged works from quality publications such 
as National Geographic, Smithsonian, Sports 
Illustrated, and the New Yorker.  The articles, 
short stories, poetry and interviews are selected 
from more than 100 magazines and other 
periodicals. The selections are read by 
professional voice talent, not synthetic text-to-speech.

  Established in 1962, CHOICE Magazine Listening 
is available free of charge only to people who 
are blind, experiencing vision loss or have other 
disabilities that limit or  prevent  reading 
standard print. The audio anthology  continues to 
be released on four-track cassette tape for those 
who prefer that format. 
website:   www.choicemagazinelistening.org 
or  calling toll-free 1-888-724-6423. Information 
on the digital download from NLS 
at:  www.nlsbard.loc.gov or contacting a local 
NLS cooperating library located usually in state 
capitals in the US. Engage in discussion of 
Choice selections on Facebook and Twitter, too!

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