Disability Radio Television & Broadcast Stations


Reviews and listing of offline and online disability broadcasts including radio and TV stations and channels.

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This section of the Disabled World Communications category covers reviews and listing of both offline and online disability broadcasts including radio, TV stations and Internet podcasts.

Today Radio and Television media outlets play an increasing role in forging a cultural identity and a sense of community among people with disabilities around the world, regardless of the nature and the extent of their disability.

Disability radio stations mainly present information and entertainment primarily of interest to people with a disability or medical condition.

Programs listed provide disability news and information services, as well as general day-today disability issues of interest to persons with disabilities, their families, caregivers, and friends.

Disability podcasts are a series of digital media files, either audio or video, that are released episodically and often downloaded through web syndication, podcasts often include audio recordings and short-subject literary works from reputable mainstream periodicals and independent writers, providing a mixture of interesting and educational material for persons with a disability.

Some of the topics covered by disability broadcasting stations include:

  • Disability information and News
  • Music by recording artists with disabilities
  • Independent living advice and information
  • Phone-in and talk-back radio programs
  • Radio and Television broadcasts of disability sporting events and competitions.

Latest Radio and Television Publications

Voice Your Choice video is designed for anyone caring for, supporting or working with a young person with a disability in out-of-home care or preparing to leave care.

Deafblind charity awarded £31,000 by British Film Institute to enable deafblind people to take part in accessible filmmaking workshops.

Team captain Bornor and midfielder Census are amputees who play organized soccer in Sierra Leone to cope with the horrors of war they suffered a decade ago.

Film documents inclusive 1,250 mile bicycle expedition from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City that brought together 70 disabled veterans from the U.S. and Vietnam with 20 able-bodied coaches.

Season Two compares Applied Behavior Analysis vs Child Centered Learning and reveals how common approach is complicit in creating violence that is blamed on autism.

The Healthspan Imperative is a short film narrated by Martha Stewart looking at challenges of aging American population and the quest to increase our healthspan.

Study illuminates dramatic lack of diversity in top grossing Hollywood blockbusters in science fiction and fantasy genres.

Driven: From Wheelchair to Race Car shares the collaboration of Mike Bauer and Dr. Falci as they develop new technologies to put paraplegic and quadriplegics back on the track.

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