Welcome to Radio Talking Book Services!

Radio Talking Book Service Inc. (RTBS) was founded in 1974 as the nation's sixth reading service for the blind and visually impaired. Since then RTBS has remained Nebraska's only audio and information reading service that uses radio as its main platform to deliver its services. RTBS houses two programs: The Radio Talking Book Network (RTBN) and Listening Link. 

Over 92 volunteer voices broadcast local and regional newspapers, articles from hundreds of publications and entertainment programming for RTBN. RTBS's Listening Link program helps students with visual and learning impairments to eliminate the educational barriers they face, assisting them in achieving educational goals and degree completion at local universities.

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