NFB-NEWSLINE® IN OREGON
Questions and Answers
Q. What is NFB-NEWSLINE®?
A. NFB-NEWSLINE® is a free audio news service for anyone who is blind, low-vision, deaf-blind or otherwise print disabled that offers access to more than 50 publications, emergency weather alerts, job listings and much more. NFB-NEWSLINE® is supported in Oregon by Oregon Commission for the Blind, Talking Book and Braille Library and National Federation of the Blind of Oregon.
Q. What do NFB-NEWSLINE® subscribers have access to?
A. National newspapers, breaking news sources, international newspapers, magazines, state newspapers, emergency weather alerts, the alerts that scrolls along the bottom of your television screen, job listings, television listings and more.
Q. How do I access NFB-NEWSLINE®?
A. IOS mobile app 3.0 with KNFB Reader basic, NFB-NEWSLINE® Mobile for IOS, phone, Amazon Alexa, website, email and portable players.
Q. How do I sign up?
A. In Oregon contact Talking Book and Braille Library 800.452.0292 or National Federation of the Blind 866.504.7300.
Q. How do I get more information?
A. The NFB-NEWSLINE® web page.
of Oregon. Since 1971, an affiliate of the National Federation of the Blind.
State President Carla McQuillan.
Affiliate office telephone, voice or text, 541.653.9153.
Office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, pacific time.
Send Carla an email
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