MINNEAPOLIS — Serotek Corporation, the leading provider of internet and digital information accessibility software and services, introduced a third-party iPhone application today specifically designed for those who are blind or have low vision. Now available in the App Store, the application is called iBlink Radio™ and is the first such application to be introduced in the world. iBlink Radio allows people to listen to podcasts, radio stations and reading services produced by and for the blind community. The reading service section of iBlink Radio provides audio versions of newspapers, magazines and periodicals for anyone unable to read the printed page, regardless of disability. Daily newspapers include USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Listeners can also access all known radio stations owned and operated by the blind, and the podcast section offers topics ranging from technology to cooking. While the application offers a convenient way for the blind community to stay connected, the application is available to everyone, blind or sighted. In addition to being of great interest to those who are blind or have partial sight, iBlink Radio is also invaluable resource to family members, friends and professionals serving this community. Visit http://www.serotek.com/eyeblink.
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MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota — Serotek Corporation, the leading provider of internet and digital information accessibility software and services, announced today that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has purchased Accessible Event™ as its accessible meeting platform. Accessible Event makes meetings, webinars, lectures and other events accessible to the blind, deaf and deaf-blind members of the audience, staff and class room…. READ PRESS RELEASE