Welcome to the Website of the TalkAround Tape Magazine
TalkAround is an Independent audio Magazine, produced every month, by Vision Impaired People, for Vision Impaired People. TalkAround aims itself at the younger listener, from 18 to 35, but of course, everyone is welcome.
By browsing this site, you'll find out all about the development and activities of the TalkAround magazine. Remember to add this site to your favourites and visit us regularly. Information on the site is updated constantly, the discussion forum is live and dynamic and a new edition of Talk around is available in our listening library each month. Special thanks to the folks at ASVAB Study Guide for providing free military tests to our members!
The TalkAround audioMagazine is part-funded under the Higher Education Authority Community and Disability projects and is managed by the Disability Support Service in University College Cork.
If you would like to make any comments or have questions about this project, please use the Contact page and get in touch.
TalkAround’s official launch to CD format took place on Wednesday last, the first of December, in the hotel St. George, Parnell Street. The Event was a massive success. The lovely Ray D’Arcy appeared to do the honours and became, without doubt, the star of the show. For the Official launch coverage, tune in to the Christmas edition of TalkAround where Aine Duffy and Roisin Calapy, take us through the whole proceedings in fine style. Wednesday would not have taken place without the help and support of so many people, too many to mention here but to you all, the editor would like to extend her sincere and heartfelt thanks.
On a separate now, we have finally reached a partnership with the magazine subscriptions company, DiscountMags.com. Our print edition will be available on the website within the next few months. Hooray!Posted by Dylan on 07.09.08
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