- Audiovision is the 24/7 radio reading service of the New Jersey State Talking Book and Braille Center (TBBC) available to New Jersey residents who are unable to read standard print because of a physical impairment, a reading disability or a vision challenge. Audiovision is broadcast on digital TV, on cable (Comcast & Verizon FIOS), and live on the internet. An on-demand audio podcast service is available.
- Audiovision bridges the gap between the print media and people with print impairments by providing audio access to news, special interest programs, and emergency alerts via TV and the Internet. Coverage includes many national newspapers and other programming including cooking, health, disability news, literature, politics, sports, travel and more.
- Material read is the property of the original copyright holder. No unauthorized use is permitted.
- Questions? Call 800-792-8322, extension 806.
Over-the-air Digital TV Broadcast: Tune into New Jersey Network (NJN) Channels 50.3, 58.3, 52.3, and 23.3
Cable: Listen to Audiovision on these cable networks:
- Comcast: Secondary audio of NJN channel 23 and 261. (Digital transport adapter recommended). Instructions for receiving Audiovision through Comcast
- Verizon FIOS. Secondary audio of NJN channel 23. Instructions for receiving Audiovision through FIOS
- Live internet audio stream of broadcast.
- On-demand audio podcast service is available.
- Audiovision’s NJ grocery ads are also available through NFB-Newsline, administered in New Jersey by TBBC
- This free service for people with print disabilities offers full-text newspapers and magazines read with synthetic voice over the phone or on-line
- To learn more, call 800-792-8322 or e-mail email@example.com
Volunteers are the life blood of our organization serving as Audiovision narrators and technicians for on-site book recording. After an interview and audition, narrators are assigned a book to record for one hour each week until completion of its recording (approximately six to eight weeks). Volunteer recording technicians train with an experiences technician, then monitor book recordings throughout the project. There are also occasional opportunities to volunteer as sighted guides for our library events and clerical staff. If you would like to volunteer, call (800)792-8322 Ext. 806 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest!
- Email: Karen Carson or John Hart
- Phone: 800-792-8322, extension 806
- Fax: 609-406-7181
- Mailing Address:
- Attn: Audiovision
- New Jersey State Library Talking Book & Braille Center
- 2300 Stuyvesant Avenue, Trenton NJ 08618-3226