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Volunteers @ Governor’s Mansion

Bob McAllisterVolunteers from around the state came together on September 19, braving forecasts of Hurricane Jose, to celebrate their dedication to Connecticut's only radio reading service for people with disabilities. Volunteers with 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 years of service were honored.

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Stratford man honored for service to the blind

CTPost, Dec 21, 2016

Stratford man honored for service to the blind

STRATFORD — Town resident Allen Fanslow was honored recently for 20 years of volunteer service to the Connecticut Radio Information System, a service for the blind. Fanslow was honored at a reception in the Governor’s Mansion, where Trumbull resident Kathleen Miranti was acknowledged … Continue Reading ››

Scott Baecker

Scott Baecker, Operations Director of CRIS

Scott Baecker
Operations Director
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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 Sullivan

Keith Sullivan, Program Director

Keith Sullivan
Production
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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."

 

Volunteers in Team ESPN

Volunteers in Team ESPN Radio Reading Room Produce Audio Versions of ESPN The MagESPN Deportes Mag
February 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 ››