Sound Prints

Listen to Sound Prints, a weekly audio magazine brought to you by the Kentucky Council of the Blind. Sound Prints covers news, issues, products and resources of interest to blind and visually impaired people. Hosted by KCB Treasurer Carla Ruschival, the magazine features a mix of local, state and national topics, all discussed by a wide range of guests from around the United States. Listen to Sound Prints in one of the following ways:
  • ACB Radio Mainstream at www.acbradio.org or on the phone at 605-475-8130 - Sundays at 10:00 PM Eastern and repeated every other hour through Mondays at 8:00 PM.
  • Central Kentucky Radio Eye - Saturday at 1:00 and 9:00 p.m.; Sunday at 5:00 a.m. CKRE is a radio reading service originating in Lexington and heard throughout central Kentucky and the Louisville area. Find out more about CKRE here.
  • Sound Prints is now available as a podcast from the KCB website. Add kentucky-acb.org/soundprints.xml to your favorite podcast device and you won't miss a single show.
  • Listen any time here on the KCB website by clicking the listen or download link below.
  • Can't listen on the Internet? Do you know someone who would enjoy Sound Prints, but he or she can't use a computer? No problem. Sound Prints is available on audio CD. Just email us at kcb@kentucky-acb.org or call us at 502-895-4598 and we will be happy to mail a copy of the magazine each week, free of charge.
You will need an MP3 compatible player such as Winamp to listen to the magazine on ACB Radio. To listen to the CD edition, you only need a standard CD player that will play any commercial music CD. Listen to the latest magazine here.

Click here to download the latest magazine in MP3 format.

Sound Prints - November 8, 2015

Ray Campbell describes his new job at United Airlines and includes job-hunting tips for today; Janet Dickelman previews tours for the 2016 ACB National Convention in Minneapolis

Key Words: 
blindness, visual impairments, ACB convention, job tips
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Sound Prints - November 1, 2015

Jeff Bishop introduces ACB Link, KCB 2015 convention details, and legislative update with Eric Bridges

Key Words: 
ACB Link, blindness, visual impairment
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Sound Prints - October 25, 2015

Intro to Boot Camp job search strategies, crockpot recipe exchange, KCB history from 1987

Key Words: 
cooking, job search, blindness, visual impairment
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Sound Prints - October 19, 2015

Kelly Gasque on accessible currency; ACB Families gift-giving conference call and holiday giveaway; remembering Ed Walker's career in radio with a flashback to the 2003 ACB Convention banquet in Pittsburgh

Key Words: 
accessible currency, ACB Families, Ed Walker, blindness, visual impairment
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Sound Prints for October 11, 2015

This is Sound Prints for October 11, 2015.

Key Words: 
KCB, Blindness, Community, News, Magazine
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Sound Prints - October 3, 2015

Humana talking prescription labels, new cooking show on ACB Radio Mainstream, APH Museum programs and scanning project

Key Words: 
talking prescription labels, cooking with low vision, APH museum, historical documents, blindness, visual impairment
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Sound Prints - September 26, 2015

ERic Bridges, education of blind children, technology and job hunting from the past

Key Words: 
blindness, visual impairment, jobs, technology, Cogswell Macy Act
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Sound Prints - September 19, 2015

Kim Charlson travels to Brazil; Melanie Brunson on ruling in taxi lawsuit related to guide dogs; blind women as leaders in 1981

Key Words: 
blindness, visual impairment, guide dogs, blind women, travel, ACB court rulings
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Sound Prints - September 11, 2015

Melanie Brunson's retirement from ACB; 1995 convention - part of KCB's 50 golden years

Key Words: 
kcb, acb, blindness, visual impairment
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Sound Prints - August 27, 2015

Brian Charlson on the Apple Watch

Key Words: 
blindness, low vision, apple watch, iphone, visual impairment
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