Disability Channel Minnesota
Disability Channel Minnesota is preparing to launch its YouTube channel. Mark Knutson, Charlie Brose and their team hope to have their first show’s preview ready August 1, with an introduction to the channel. The goal is to post the first show this month.
They are looking for contributors to the channel. Contact them at email@example.com.
Disability and Progress
KFAI Radio, 6-7 p.m. Thu. Here’s something new? Shows are available on podcast. Just a few episodes are on podcast now but more will be there in the future. Host Sam Jasmine and her guests explore a wide range of topics that are important to people with disabilities. KFAI is at 90.3 FM in Minneapolis and 106.7 in St. Paul. Listeners outside of the Twin Cities, or those looking for a past show, will find the show’s archives online at www. kfai.org. Look for the link to archives and for Disability and Progress. Listeners need to have a Real Audio Player downloaded. A smartphone app is also available to hear archived programs. To make comments or make suggestions, call 612-341-3144, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Postal mail can be sent to KFAI, 1808 Riverside Ave. S., Disability and Progress, Box 116, Minneapolis MN 55454.
St. Paul Highland Park resident Conor O’Meara can be heard at 10 a.m. Mondays, replayed 8 a.m. Saturdays, at 94.1 or WFNU.org Frogtown Community Radio. The show can also be found on Spotify and Mixcloud. Find the radio station at www.wfnu.org
The on-air studio line, offered 10-11 a.m. Mondays, is 651.313.5125.
O’Meara conducts a wide range of interviews, talks about what is going on in his life and even sings a little Elvis Presley when the time is right. He is a past Minnesota State High School League adapted bowling champion. T-shirts from the show are for sale at the St. Paul Highland Park Lund’s & Byerly’s store.
Disability Viewpoints is an award-winning public access television show by and for people with disabilities. Mark Hughes and his team of co-hosts feature current news, interesting people and groups, and events in Minnesota’s disability community. The show is produced by volunteers at St. Paul Neighborhood Network. Some shows are archived on YouTube. You can also search for Disability Viewpoints at SPNN to find past shows. Visit the show’s Facebook page.
Access Press is interested in listing regularly scheduled broadcast, cablecast or podcast programs by and for people with disabilities. Programming needs to have a tie to Minnesota or the Upper Midwest.
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