The WLRN Radio Reading Service (RRS) broadcasts the reading of newspapers, books, and magazines to individuals who have difficulty reading independently. The service is the only one of its kind in South Florida and airs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Many South Floridians are unable to use print materials for a variety of reasons, including low vision or blindness, dyslexia, illiteracy, debilitating illness, and/or physical handicap, such as arthritis.
Anyone who has any of these conditions qualifies for a Radio Reading Service receiver.
To find out if you qualify for a receiver, please call the WLRN Radio Reading Service at 305-995-2218 or download, print and mail this application to us.
Mario Lozada: 305-995-2218
Outside of Miami-Dade County: 1-800-273-6677
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