FARGO — The National Federation of the Blind will be giving North Dakota residents full access to the NFB-Newsline service for the next 60 days. The move is an initiative to provide the blind free access to news, including the coronavirus situation.
The NFB-Newsline is a free audio news service for anyone who is blind, low-vision or otherwise print-disabled. It offers access to publications, emergency weather alerts, job listings and more. NFB-Newsline provides access through the phone, IOS app, a website, Amazon Echo and Victor Reader Stream.
Residents who are legally blind, or those helping a blind family member or friend to register, can contact NFB of North Dakota state president Jesse Shirek at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 701-781-2526.
For more information, visit nfb.org/programs-services/nfb-newsline.
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