OMNI MEDIA NETWORKS

Omni volunteer readers.We’re proud to present a new version of our website that is designed not only to be accessible to those who are blind or vision-impaired, but also to appeal to volunteers and donors.

If you’re interested in donating to our cause, check out the Donate page, where you can now make donations online.

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Our Mission

Omni machine reader.Omni Media Networks is a public-benefit, non-profit organization of people who provide information, education, and entertainment for those who are unable to read traditional printed material.

The physically disabled, and senior citizens. We provide audio streams (webcasts) available over the internet that specifically address the needs

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News & Events

Happy Holidays!!

Happy holidays to you and yours from all of …

Country Roots

Tune in to Country Roots every day at 7:00PM …

Take a Ride with the Fab Four

During this holiday season, tune into the Classic Car …

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RADIO BROADCASTING FOR THE BLIND OR PRINT IMPAIRED IN OREGON AND SOUTHERN WASHINGTON.

OMNI Media Networks provides information, education and entertainment through a number
of involved partners. In Oregon there are 375,000 persons who are blind or who have visual impairments.

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OMNI MEDIA NETWORKS
Supporting those with visual impairments.

Listen to Our Programs

On Your iPhone or Android

Omni readersDo you have an iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android device? You can listen to all our programs with the iBlinkRadio app or Nullriver’s Tuner Internet Radio app. Find out more

Winterfolk 25
Omni volunteer support.

Winterfolk 25 was a folk concert recorded February 2, 2013 at the Aladdin Theater in Portland, OR as a benefit for the Sisters of the Road Cafe. If you were unable to attend. You can listen to it here.

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THE FOLLOWING ARE ORGANIZATIONS WE BELONG TO OR WHO HAVE
HELPED US WITH GRANTS OR DONATIONS.

Oregon Council of the Blind
NonProfit Association of Oregon
Oregon Commission for the Blind
Free Geek