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WELCOME TO LARRS • THE LOS ANGELES RADIO READING SERVICE

About LARRS

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The Los Angeles Radio Reading Service is project of Community Partners, a non–profit 501(c)(3) organization that accelerates ideas into action to advance public good.

Federal Tax ID # 95–4302067. Community Partners acts as a catalyst for community change, civic action and readiness by offering critical support, guidance and training to a range of nonprofit organizations, initiatives, foundations, government agencies and social entrepreneurs with innovative ideas for building communities. We work to recognize, invest in and celebrate the critical role individuals and groups play in achieving a just, vibrant civil society.

Click here to find out more from the Community Partners website


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The Los Angeles Radio Reading Service is a member of the Southern California Broadcasters Association.

The Southern California Broadcasters Association is a trade organization that serves advertising agencies, clients, and the community on behalf of radio broadcasters throughout Southern California. The SCBA provides market research and information, sales training, educational programs, community outreach, and EEO employment assistance.

The primary mission of The Southern California Broadcasters Assocoaition is marketing the power and value of radio as an important part of any communications strategy that targets Southern Californians.

Click here to find out more from the SCBA website


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Programming on LARRS is made possible by our beloved volunteers and in–part by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development's reading service “Radio Talking Book”.

Radio Talking Book is a free, closed–circuit news and information service that broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week to thousands of subscribers throughout Minnesota and the nation. They broadcast current newspapers, magazines and the latest best–selling books at the same time that they are available to the print–reading public.

Programming is not available to the general public. Radio Talking Book records and broadcasts many current local and national newspapers and magazines each day. They do not edit or censor any publication.

Click here to find out more about Minnesota State Broadcast Services For The Blind


Other Affilliations

IAAIS – The International Association of Audio Information Services. Click here and read more.


Junior Blind Of America STEP Program (Student Transitition And Enrichment Program) Internship. Click here and read more.


Audio Eyes – Video description and captioning providers. Click here and read more.


KPFK Public Radio – Click here to read more about the Access Unlimited Radio Show.


Arts and Services For Disabled, Inc. – Click here and read more.


The Pasadena Tournament Of Roses Association – Click here and read more.