March 7, 2013 HartfordBusiness.comWindsor 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 InquirerPatients 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, 2013HARTFORD, 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 ››
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 ››
April 24, 2012 By Maryellen Fillo, The Hartford Courant
Just call him Fancy Footwork Floyd. That would be Aetna vice president Floyd Green, who, after Saturday night’s CRIS Radio “Dancing in The Dark” gala, knows that if the insurance gig doesn’t work out, he can always give dance lessons. Read more.
April 13, 2012 By Maryellen Fillo, The Hartford CourantArthur Murray instructor Frank Del Aguila's touch is feather light as he and his dance partner, Diane Duhaime, practice their fox trot. His hand gently guides her arm to form a graceful arc as they move across the floor in unison. She is equally sensitive, her hands … Continue Reading ››
Connecticut's talking newsstand. "The slogan says it all, " reports WVIT reporter Ryan Hanrahan. To see the CRIS Radio feature, click here.