making print media accessible to all
About The Sight Seer
The Sight Seer is a faith-based non-profit created for people who are blind, visually impaired, or physically unable to hold or read print material. For 28 years, we have been reading the printed word for those unable to access it on their own. Our extensive and diverse audio programs are available online, through our radio service, and as an audio stream on DTV channels in select locations.
The Sight Seer bridges the information gap between current print media and people who cannot use it because of a disability.
The Sight Seer provides audio access to information to people in West Michigan who cannot read print because they have a disability.
The Sight Seer seeks to make creative use of technology and talent to ensure that every disabled person has the opportunity to access the current and local information necessary to live a self-directed, productive life. As a result, the inability to read print will no longer be considered a disabling condition.
Our programs span many categories and topics including news, technology, religion, and many many more!
Our readers are creating new content all the time! You can check our programming schedule to see what shows are playing throughout the day, or join us live 24/7.
We provide a diverse array of free options for our listeners to enjoy our content across multiple platforms so print media is accessible to all people regardless of level of ability, financial status, or location.
Our content is accessible online, on the radio, and as an audio stream on DTV channels in select locations.