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” Radio scripts for the blind and visually impaired DJs are enlarged or read through a device called a refreshable braille note-taker.
While everyone's name in the above photo wasn't supplied, we were able to spot The Bert Show's Kristin Klingshirn on bottom right.
Directly behind her, R-L is KRBE/Houston's Eric Rowe, KLOS/LA's Heidi and Frank; one over NASH-FM New York's Kelly Ford and Blair Garner.
His name’s DJ Marvelous — I mean does that say it all?
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“So it’s been a long journey for him to find his way in the world.” That’s why Grousbeck got behind building the 17,000 square-foot center, which houses a music recording studio, assistive technology training rooms, a student-run café and the radio station.