A new Internet radio package called Samvibe crossed my radar the other day. Produced by Spacial, it’s a cloud based system that allows the user to easily upload music and sounds, then set rotation rules for all kinds of entertainment channels.
But what makes Samvibe different from other packages is that it brands itself as easier to use for visually impaired broadcasters. “SAM VIBE works with screen reader software and large fonts make reading text easier,” the press release says. “The color scheme is color-blind friendly and optimized for contrast.”
The screen reader that Samvibe recommends is JAWS, which reads screen content aloud or provides for Braille output.
You can purchase as much as 100GB of content with your account for $75 a month. There’s also a free introductory package that limits you to 1GB, about 250 or so tracks. We’d be interested in hearing from any Radio Survivor readers who have tried the service.