Election Night Broadcast Will Be Part of NPR, Harris Corporation and Towson University Effort to Make Radio Accessible to the Deaf

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 21 — On election night, millions of deaf and hard-of-hearing people will be able to experience live radio coverage for the first time, when NPR, Harris Corporation and Towson University simulcast the first ever live, captioned radio broadcast. NPR News’ extensive election night coverage will be simulcast in the new captioned radio format, providing accessible news and journalism to deaf and hard-of-hearing communities. Captioning for the historic broadcast is being provided by WGBH’s Media Access Group.





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