CRIS Radio recently launched its new program for museums at Mystic Aquarium. Press, dignitaries and museum-goers stood by for demonstrations and explanations of how this new services makes museums more accessible for people with disabilities. Read more
CRIS Radio widens Mystic Aquarium access
August 2015, Hartford Business Journal
Windsor's nonprofit CRIS Radio and Mystic Aquarium announced Tuesday a pilot that offers visitors with low-vision or other print disabilities a new way to access print information displayed at the aquarium's exhibits. Read more.
March 7, 2013 HartfordBusiness.com
Windsor nonprofit CRIS Radio has expanded its media "infotainment" services to patients at Hartford's Connecticut Children's Medical Center – the first of its kind in the nation, authorities say.
CRISKids, in partnership with Comcast, offers audio versions of articles published in nearly 20 award-winning children's magazines streamed through the hospital's in-house TV … Continue Reading ››
March 5, 2013 By Steven Crighton Journal Inquirer
Patients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford can turn off the cartoons in favor of the hospital's new in-house radio service, which offers an educational way to pass the time while receiving treatments.
The first-of-its-kind service provides patients the ability to stream CRISKids, an alternative to print magazines … Continue Reading ››
March 4, 2013
HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) -- CRIS radio and the Connecticut Children's Medical Center are beginning a first-of-its-kind service for children.
It will offer young patients a new way to pass the time while they receive medical treatments. Televisions in each room will be outfitted with audio recordings of books and children's magazines, such as … Continue Reading ››