Scott has 35 years of experience in the broadcasting industry and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the CRIS studios. He feels fortunate to be able to combine his skills with those of the dedicated volunteers who read and produce the programs heard on CRIS. Scott is a graduate of Monmouth College (Illinois) and serves on the Board of Directors of the Disabilities Network of Eastern Connecticut.
Keith has been the friendly face of CRIS Radio for so many people since 1984. He is the "man on the board" who makes the mornings run smoothly.
"When I was in school, I had two friends who were blind, so to have the opportunity to have a career that honors them and so many others, and to work with so many great volunteers, I can't put into words what that has meant to me."
July 2014, Hartford Magazine
The digital information age has overtaken CRIS Radio, Connecticut's longtime "talking newsstand" for blind and print-handicapped people. And executive director Diane Weaver Dunne couldn't be more excited about the possibilities. Read more.
June 24, 2014 ESPN Corporate OutreachESPN's Radio Readers participated in a volunteer reception at the Governor's Mansion in Hartford recently on behalf of the Connecticut Radio Information System, Inc.... Tam ESPN contributes by reading and recording each edition of ESPN The Magazine as well as Deportes Magazine for CRIS. Read more.
Volunteers in Team ESPN Radio Reading Room Produce Audio Versions of ESPN The Mag, ESPN Deportes MagFebruary 4, 2013 ESPN Front Row The words in ESPN The Magazine and ESPN Deportes Magazine paint vivid pictures to complement rich photography and imaginative layouts. Still, not every sports fan can appreciate those publications in print. Last year, ESPN’s Corporate … Continue Reading ››
Connecticut's talking newsstand. "The slogan says it all, " reports WVIT reporter Ryan Hanrahan. To see the CRIS Radio feature, click here.