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Welcome to the Alabama Print Information Center, operated by the WHIL-Radio Reading Service in Mobile and dedicated to providing on-demand current print information to those unable to read print due to blindness, visual impairment or other disability.
Daily and weekly readings from the Mobile Register, Gulf Coast Newspaper publications serving Baldwin County, the Montgomery Advertiser and a variety of national publications are available as read by Radio Reading Service volunteers. Click here for a list of available publications.
Some WHIL Radio Reading Service programming comes from other services and is made available to us courtesy of the IAAIS Program Share.
You will need Windows Media Player to use this site. If you have Windows 98 Second Edition or higher, you already have it, and if you have Windows 95, you may have it. If you do not, click here to download Windows Media Player.
If you would like to be informed of program changes or new programs or services being offered please e-mail us.
Those in southwest Alabama may also listen to WHIL-Radio Reading Service programming via live broadcast from 5:00 a.m. until 12:00 midnight daily. Check out the complete broadcast schedule and how you can access our programs live via radio.
The WHIL-Radio Reading Service is a part of public radio station WHIL-FM in Mobile, Alabama and receives major support from the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services.
The Alabama Print Information Center is made possible by a grant from the J. L. Bedsole Foundation of Mobile with computer and Internet services provided by NuVox Communications. For a list of additional sponsors and to learn how you too can become a sponsor, click here. The support of individuals who use our services and who support information access for the blind and disabled as a means of promoting independence is vital. You can support the continued growth of the Alabama Print Information Center. Click here for more information on making a tax-deductible donation.
We could not operate without the efforts of dozens of dedicated volunteers. Many serve as readers while others do other vital work behind the scenes. If you have as little as an hour of time each week available, call us at 251-380-4699 or click here to learn more about the fun opportunities awaiting you as an Alabama Print Information Center volunteer.
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