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Canadian institute for the blind gets accessible news

TORONTO, CANADA 11 November 2003 (Web Networks)

The Canadian National Institute for the Blind ( today launched an innovative service for its members, allowing them to access articles from daily newspapers on the day of publication. The CNIB chose APC member in Toronto, Web Networks, to produce and host their site to ensure newsfeeds were automatically fed to a private website page, and that visually-impaired users could easily convert the text to voice using standard software. Find out more about Web Networks.

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