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Our Mission

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 of this audience.

This website offers high-contrast text, minimal graphics, and simple design so that it can be easily accessed by the vision-impaired.



Emergency Preparedness Information

We have prepared audio files describing the Voluntary Emergency Registry. To learn how to sign up for this service, listen here. To learn how to assemble an emergency preparedness kit, listen here.

Also available is a one-hour audio program, Responding to Disasters: From Prediction to Recovery. This program is a special report from IEEE Spectrum magazine and the National Science Foundation. Listen here.

NOTE: As of 12/16/2011 our email address has changed. You can reach us at omni@omnimedia.org.




NEW: Winterfolk 25

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 the concert here.


Listen to Our Streams on Your iPhone or Android Phone

Do you have an iPhone? Or an Android phone? You can now listen to Omni audio streams on your phone via the iBlinkRadio app.

The iBlink Radio application from Serotek Corporation is the worlds first application for the visually impaired for the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Android phones! Bringing radio stations, podcasts and reading services of special interest to blind and visually impaired persons via smart devices.

Click here to download the iPhone iBlinkRadio app.

Click here to download the Android iBlinkRadio app.


Your Donations Can Help

We can always use your help. So please consider donating to Omni Media Networks. We also have a vehicle donation program. Learn more. 

The American Council of the Blind of Oregon has provided support and donations to Omni Media Networks, including a 2010 grant for a new production server. Please consider supporting this fine organization. Learn more.

In addition, our friends at Free Geek have kindly donated refurbished computers to us. If you have old computer equipment, consider donating it to Free Geek, where it will be put to good use.

Thanks also to opus:interactive, who donated computer server hardware to us. Consider opus:interactive if you need internet access, web hosting, or business solutions.






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