In the day and age when news and information is brought to the public in an instant through television, radio and the internet, Diane Weaver Dunne realized that there was a segment of the population who was underserved. Those who are visually or otherwise impaired were not getting the same services from the mainstream media outlets. This led Dunne to leave her post as the managing editor of the Hartford (CT) Business Journal and accept a position as executive director of CRIS Radio, a Windsor-based nonprofit organization that provides news and information to people with visual, learning, mental health or physical disabilitie
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