CSCN - Radio Reading

Who We Are:
The goal of the Cleveland Sight Center Radio Reading Network is to provide news and other intentionally crafted content for the blind and visually impaired communities on a daily basis. Each day of the week follows a unique schedule which is filled with entertaining and informative programming. Our volunteer readers read and record newspapers, magazine articles and stories to keep the blind and visually impaired communities up to date with important events in the world. We are fortunate to have a strong and passionate team of volunteers that help provide this valuable content. We hope you enjoy your listening experience!

The goal of CSCN is to provide people who are blind or visually impaired with convenient access to informative, entertaining media. Our program is built on listener feedback and the dedicated work of our volunteers.

We utilize radio technology to broadcast diverse content to listeners and invite listeners to provide feedback about our programs and services. Curated content is recorded by volunteers and broadcasted on our 24/7 radio station.

Broadcast Schedule:
Each day of the week has its own unique broadcast schedule, which is updated regularly to accommodate changes in content and programming. You can find the schedule in a word doc format here and in a PNG image format here. To hear a sample broadcast of a poem, please click here.

Image of an open book with headphones on top with the text Cleveland Sight Center Radio Network below the images

We Want to Hear From You!
We greatly benefit from your input! What kind of programs would you like to hear? What kind of music do you enjoy? How can we improve our station to keep you more informed about your world? How often do you tune in? We value your feedback and are curious to know what kind of programming you enjoy.  If you have any suggestions or ideas on how we can improve our station, please contact radio reading coordinator Glenn Wickline by calling 216-658-4582 or at

Station Terms and Tuning In:
Content distributed on CSCN is recorded specifically for the use of individuals who live with blindness or visual impairment under the authority of Section 121 of Title 17 the United States Code, or with permission of copyright owner(s). Audio programming may not be reproduced, transmitted, displayed, distributed, sold, or transferred under any circumstances.

By clicking agree below, CSCN listeners acknowledge they meet the criteria of qualifying for CSCN services and consent to the conditions required for use of CSCN before being directed to CSCN Radio.


If you live in the Cleveland area and have cable television access, you can listen to CSCN’s broadcast by tuning in to channel 25-9.