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The Connecticut Radio Information System (CRIS), is Connecticut's only radio reading service. We are registered with the state of Connecticut as a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

The programs broadcast on CRIS Radio are available to individuals who, because of vision loss, learning disability or physical handicap, are unable to read printed material. CRIS Radio programming features a wide variety of articles from national and Connecticut newspapers, magazines, as well as book readings and interview programs.

CRIS Radio's live programming is provided free of charge and is available on specially tuned radios (provided free), cable providers, your telephone and online. In addition, CRIS can be accessed on an iPhone, iPad/tablet, Internet radio or downloaded onto an iPod/MP3 player.

Missed your favorite program? No problem. Subscribe for a modest monthly or annual fee to CRIS Listen On-Demand or CRISKids™, the only extensive online and on-demand service in the nation and Canada to provide audio versions of award-winning children's magazines.

CRIS broadcasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from regional satellite studios in Danbury, Norwich, Trumbull, West Haven, and our broadcast center in Windsor.

 
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THANK YOU CRIS Volunteers!

CRIS volunteers gathered
June 17 at the Governor's Mansion to be honored for their dedicated service to CRIS and its listeners. (for more photos go to our Facebook page)

Special thanks to Stanley Zwirn who was honored for twenty years of service.

 

Save the Date

17th Annual CRIS Radio Golf Classic

CRIS Radio Golf Classic Logo

When: Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Where: Manchester Country Club

Player Fee: $150 ($135 when registered and paid by August 1).

CRIS Radio Golf Classic Registration

CRIS Radio Golf Classic Sponsorships

For more information, please contact Diane Weaver Dunne, Scott Baecker or call
860-527-8000.

 

Program Schedule

CRIS Radio volunteers