Story by Robert Rappaport
Some students at the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind are learning how to be news reporters for their teachers and peers.
They operate KSDB, which only can be heard within the confines of the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind campus on West Speedway Blvd. For some, radio is their career goal, while others are just getting a sampling of what the business has to offer.
While it may not seem like it to the average person, radio production is a visual medium behind the scenes, relying on computers and visible sound waves. However, the visually-impaired students have some extra software to help them create their stories.