NORWALK — The city has welcomed a new nonprofit with the grand opening of Connecticut Radio Information System’s newest office at the Gate Lodge in Mathews Park.
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CRIS launched two of its internet streams at St. Francis Hospital, making the CRIS Radio and CRIS en Español available to every patient in the hospital over their bedside cable system.
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CRIS is excited to announce the launch May 27th of it's radio stream into St. Francis Hospital (Hartford). Patients will now be able to access the CRIS stream through the cable TV system. St. Francis has also worked with CRIS to stream CRIS en Espanol.
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CRIS is excited to announce the launch of our new website. While you may not notice a big difference, we hope that it improves your online CRIS experience.
Our primary goal with our new website was to improve accessibility for people with disabilities, including those who are blind and have low vision, deafness and hearing loss, learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, limited movement, speech disabilities, photo-sensitivity and combinations of various disabilities.
CRIS Radio launched CRIS en Español Streaming at the Toivo Center (Finnish for Hope) on Franklin Avenue in Hartford. Among the dignitaries was former Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra who proclaimed the essential need for folks to receive news in the "spoken word." Read More
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
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.
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