Reading & Radio Resource
(formerly North Texas Taping and Radio for the Blind)
The mission of Reading & Radio Resource is to enrich the lives of children and adults who because of physical, learning or vision limitations cannot read for themselves.
Reading & Radio Resource was founded in 1969 by Edythe and Henry X. Salzberger. For 32 years, the agency produced “Talking Books” for the Library of Congress. The Recorded Books Program began in 1972 and the Radio Reading Service was established in 1976. Audio Description Service was added in 2010.
Reading & Radio Resource operates with a staff of six full-time employees and the talents of more than 270 volunteers who collectively donate more than 17,000 hours each year to benefit our clients.