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Audio Information Network of Colorado

AINColorado provides access to print format materials for the print disabled community. We are looking for voice over talent skilled at reading difficult print formatting for our most requested, and accessed podcasts.
You must have your own studio, and be familiar with using Audacity (or your own program which exports at 192kbps, we only support audacity.)

The programs are the grocery ads, and we read the following ads in their entirety:
King Soopers/ City Market
Sprouts weekly/monthly
Natural Grocers
Whole Foods
Trader Joes

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About Audio Information Network of Colorado


1700 55th Street Ste A, Boulder, CO 80301, US

Mission Statement

The Audio Information Network of Colorado(AINColorado), is a non-profit (501c3corporation), on the air volunteer reading service, that seek to normalize the lives of Colorado's blind, visually impaired and print handicapped citizens by providing access to printed materials not available through another resource. AINColorado does not duplicate or replicate any existing service or broadcast information that is generally available through other media, public radio, television or through the mailings of the Colorado Talking Book Library for the Blind.


Volunteers need to pass an oral reading audition, have a clear speaking voice, good language skills, the ability to follow directions, and be able to commit to a 2 hour per week commitment. Volunteers must also fill out an AINC volunteer application from our website:

Studio Hours:
Monday through Friday 8 AM to 5 PM (currently studio closed to all traffic; all volunteers working remotely)

We are requiring all volunteers be reasonably tech savvy to record, and send audio files in remotely in time for airing at the prescribed play time. We can discuss the logistic requirements following passing of the reading audition.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Media & Broadcasting
People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.





  • Orientation or Training
  • 2-3 hours per week
  • technical skill, ability to navigate and read difficult formatted print materials from online source, internet, computer, voice over experience, or ability to learn voice over work. Ability to follow directions and pass difficult word audition.

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