Audio-Video Center

A young blind girl sits curled up on a chair listening to something on her Braille note.Below you will find links to the National Federation of the Blind's audio and video collection. Please check back frequently for new additions, as we are constantly updating this page. For more video, subscribe to the Nation's Blind YouTube channel.

HELPFUL HINTS: We have divided the materials into two main categories (Audio and Video) and then into topic subcategories within these two main categories. Within each subcategory, materials have been listed chronologically with the most recent pieces listed first.

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Audio

Presidential Releases

Listen to the most recent monthly report available or catch up on past news you might have missed! The releases are available in both English and Spanish.

The Nation's Blind Podcast

The Nation's Blind Podcast is a monthly show that highlights different areas of the Federation. You can subscribe to the show's RSS feed, or find it on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.

Braille Monitor

Beginning with the February 2007 issue, the Braille Monitor recordings are available as MP3 files online. The MP3 links are listed next to each article within the online Braille Monitor issue.

National Convention Banquet Speeches

Some of our national convention keynote addresses presented by our esteemed current President, Mark Riccobono, and our honored past presidents, Marc Maurer, Kenneth Jernigan and Jacobus tenBroek, are available now!

National Convention Highlights

We have created a special page for all of the audio and video highlights from our recent national conventions. Relive all of the excitement now!

Straight Talk About Vision Loss

Straight Talk About Vision Loss is a video series hosted by Betsy Zaborowski and Mark Riccobono that focused on issues surrounding blindness and vision loss.

Other Audio

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Video

Please visit our YouTube channel, NationsBlind. Our channel is devoted to videos created by or featuring the National Federation of the Blind and its members living the lives they want. If you would like to learn how you can submit your video, please contact communicationsteam@nfb.org

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For more information about blindness, please contact the Jacobus tenBroek Library of the National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute at 410-659-9314 or send an email to jtblibrary@nfb.org.

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