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WRBH studios on Magazine Street, Uptown New Orleans.
City of license New Orleans, Louisiana
Broadcast area New Orleans, Louisiana
Frequency 88.3 (MHz)
First air date 1982
Format Radio reading service
ERP 51,000 watts
HAAT 190 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 54575
Callsign meaning Radio for the Blind & Handicapped
Owner Radio For The Blind & Handicapped, Inc.
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.wrbh.org

WRBH is a non-commercial radio outlet in New Orleans, Louisiana that primarily provides radio reading service programming for the blind and handicapped, one of only two such stations in the United States. Services include readings of books, original programming and readings of The Wall Street Journal and The Times-Picayune newspapers. WYPL in Memphis, Tennessee provides similar services. The station's owners are Radio For The Blind & Print Handicapped, which is where the call letters came from. They operate at 88.3 MHz with an ERP of 51 kW. The station was founded by Dr. Robert McLean, a blind mathematician.

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Coordinates: 29°57′00″N 89°57′29″W / 29.950°N 89.958°W / 29.950; -89.958