Stay Connected: Facebook Twitter

NTRB and AIR: North Texas Radio for the Blind (Dallas/Ft. Worth) and Austin Information Radio

Men conducting RRR Radio show

Listen to RRR Radio streaming NOW!

  • NTRB/AIR broadcasts a format of news, literature, and talk, with a nod toward weekend airings of old-time radio programs.
  • Radio programming is available 24/7/365 anywhere in the world through streaming radio.
  • Scholarships are available to individuals needing financial assistance for streaming radio. No one is denied access because of inability to afford streaming.
  • In North and Central Texas, free radios receivers are issued on loan from our agency if streaming is not a viable option.  We frequently have waiting lists for these radios on loan.  Radios are available for purchase.
  • NTRB/AIR's broadcast signal operates on sub-frequencies of KERA 90.1 FM in Dallas/Ft. Worth and KUT 90.5 FM in Austin.

 Radio Sponsorships are available!  Please contact us today.

Listen to NTRB/AIR Sampler

NTRB/AIR Radio Schedule

Application for service


 

Here is a 58-minute episode of Donna Miller's program "Infotalk." Chuck was on KQV, Pittsburgh, PA and KLUV, Dallas for many years.   



Listen to RRR podcasts

Our podcasts are now available through our online store!  Members...one of your perks is receiving these podcasts for free!  

 

Our podcasts include:

 

  • Shopper Showcase and Supermarket Specials with the Stretcher Brothers
  • InfoTalk with Donna Miller
  • The Eyes of North Texas with Adell Campbell

 2013 National Convention of the American Council of the Blind

 

2013 ACB Convention #1

2013 ACB Convention #2

2013 ACB Convention #3

2013 ACB Convention #4

2013 ACB Convention #5

2013 ACB Convention #6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 National Convention of the National Federation of the Blind

 

 

 

2013 NFB Conv. #1:

 

PRESIDENTIAL REPORT, Marc Maurer

 

 

2013 NFB Conv. #2:

 

ADVOCACY AND POLICY REPORT

John G. Paré, Jr., Executive Director for Advocacy and Policy, National Federation of the Blind; Baltimore, MD

Anil Lewis, Director of Advocacy and Policy, National Federation of the Blind; Baltimore, MD

Lauren McLarney, Governmental Affairs Specialist, National Federation of the Blind; Baltimore, MD

Jesse Hartle, Governmental Affairs Specialist, National Federation of the Blind; Baltimore, MD

 

 

2013 NFB Conv. #3:

VALUING       VALUEING THE TALENT OF DISABLED AMERICAN WORKERS: ENDING SUBMINIMUM WAGE PAYMENTS

Moderator: Anil Lewis, Director of Advocacy and Policy, National Federation of the Blind; Baltimore, Maryland

Sheila Leigland, a worker at Goodwill being paid less than the minimum wage who escaped the exploitation; Great Falls, Montana

Serena Lowe, Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor; Washington D.C.

Allison Wohl, Executive Director, The Collaboration to Promote Self Determination; Washington, D.C.

The Honorable Gregg Harper, United States House of Representatives, 3rd Congressional District; Mississippi

 

 

 

2013 NFB Conv. #4:

 

A COMMITMENT TO EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY: A REPORT FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Eve L. Hill, Senior Counselor to the Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, United States Department of Justice; Washington,

D.C.

 

ENDING LEGALIZED DISCRIMINATION IN WAGE PAYMENTS FOR DISABLED AMERICANS 

The Honorable Gregg Harper, United States House of Representatives, 3rd Congressional District; Mississippi

 

 

2013 NFB Conv. #5:


EQUAL ACCESS FOR THE BLIND TO JOB SEARCHES ON THE INTERNET

Mark Conway, Chief Information Officer, Monster Worldwide; Maynard, Massachusetts


EQUAL ACCESS TO DIGITAL INFORMATION: TOOLS THAT HELP IN GETTING IT DONE

Preety Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, Deque Systems, Inc.; Herndon, Virginia

                        

A PARTNERSHIP WITH THE ORGANIZED BLIND: 

MOVEMENT CREATING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN

THE DEPT. OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

Jan R. Frye, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Acquisition and Logistics, Department of Veterans Affairs; Washington, D.C.

 

 

THE BLIND AT WORK IN AN UNUSUAL AND DEMANDING PROFESSION

Cassandra McNabb-McKinney, Funeral Director and Embalmer; President, National Federation of the Blind of New Hampshire; Keene, New Hampshire

 

 

2013 NFB Conv. #6:

 

THE ELECTRONIC BRAILLER OF TOMORROW HERE TODAY: DISTANCE LEARNING AND BRAILLE PRODUCTION IN ONE DEVICE

David Pillischer, President, Electronic Brailler LLC; Rivervale, New Jersey

Peter Sullivan, Vice President of Software Development, Duxbury Systems, Inc.; Westford,

Massachusetts

 

 

BRAILL           BRAILLE ENRICHMENT FOR LITERACY AND LEARNING (BELL): CHANGING EDUCATIONAL EXPECTATIONS FOR THE BLIND OF AMERICA

Moderator: Mark A. Riccobono, Executive Director, National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute; Baltimore, Maryland

Sandy Halverson, President, National Association to Promote the Use of Braille; Lead Coordinator, Virginia BELL Programs, National Federation of the Blind of Virginia; Arlington, Virginia

 

SUPPORTING THE BLIND OF AMERICA IN CONGRESS

The Honorable Daniel Webster, United States House of Representatives, 10th Congressional District; Florida

 

2013 NFB Conv. #7:

EXPLORING PHARMACEUTICALS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE BLIND

Robert Repella, Chief Commercial Officer and Senior Vice President, Vanda Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; Washington, D.C. 

 

 

ACCESS FOR ALL: THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Roberta I. Shaffer, Associate Librarian for Library Services, The Library of Congress; Washington, D.C.

 

 

 

A TEACHER IN THE MOVEMENT WHO BELIEVED IN BLIND CHILDREN AND TAUGHT THE LEGISLATURE TO SHARE HER FAITH

Casey Robertson, Teacher of Blind Students; Hamilton, Mississippi

 

 

ACCESSIBLE EDUCATION THAT WORKS:

Dennis Kavelman, Chief Operating Officer, Desire2Learn; Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

2013 NFB Conv. #8: 

ON THE CUTTING EDGE: ACCESSIBLE TECHNOLOGY THAT PROVIDES GREATER OPPORTUNITY THAN EVER BEFORE IN HISTORY

Peter Chapman, President and CEO, Media Arc (a company incorporating K-NFB Reading Technology); Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts  

AN ALTERNATE METHOD OF THOUGHT: ADDING POWER TO THE HUMAN MIND

Ray Kurzweil, Director of Engineering, Google Inc.; Mountain View, California 

                    A COLLABORATION THAT ENHANCES OPPORTUNITY: THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PUBLISHERS AND THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND CHANGE POSSIBILITIES FOR LITERACY

Thomas H. Allen, President and CEO, Association of American Publishers; Washington, D.C.

 

 

NFB Convention #9:

 

 

PRESIDENTIAL BANQUET SPEECH, Marc Maurer

 

 

THE BLIND AT WORK IN AN UNUSUAL AND DEMANDING PROFESSION 

Cassandra McNabb-McKinney, Funeral Director and Embalmer; President, National Federation of the Blind of New Hampshire; Keene, New Hampshire

"Radio NTRB keeps me connected to my family and community. I learn something new every day and stay mentally active."

Address: 2007 Randall, Dallas, TX 75201 View Map   Phone: 214.871.7668