The Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired and its Reading Services won two awards at the Ohio Public Broadcasting Awards ceremony in Columbus last month.
The agency won for its public-service announcement about its One on One volunteer program in the Public Information, Short Promotions category.
The Radio Reading Service also received honorable mention in the Program of the Year category for its community-connecting program called “Titanic.”
The public-service announcement was written by Jennifer Holladay, One on One volunteer coordinator, and Jen LaFramboise, volunteer. It was produced by LaFramboise.
The voice talents were Holladay and Doug Cooper, volunteer.
Titanic was produced by Mark DeWitt, CABVI broadcast manager. The voice talent was Brigette Waldmann-Thomas, volunteer, and Sharon Linde, CABVI manager of volunteer services.
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Source: The Enquirer