First, try clicking on the blue bar near the top of this page. The triangular "play" button on the left will automatically select the most appropriate mono or stereo stream. The "ALL STREAMS" option on the far right of the blue bar reveals all four of our streaming channels: KWGS (NPR News & Information), KWTU (Classical Music), Jazz, and the BBC World Service. If that blue bar doesn't work, try clicking on these direct links:
- Public Radio 89.5 HD1 (mono/MP3)
- Public Radio 89.5 HD1 (stereo/AAC)
- Classical 88.7 HD1 (mono/MP3)
- Classical 88.7 HD1 (stereo/AAC)
- Jazz 89.5 HD2 (mono/MP3)
- Jazz 89.5 HD2 (stereo/AAC)
- BBC 89.5 HD3 (mono/MP3)
- BBC 89.5 HD3 (stereo/AAC)
What's the difference?
- The mono channel broadcasts a MP3 stream with a bit less quality, but with more reliability in areas with marginal data service. This stream is more compatible with older computers, tablets, and phones.
- The stereo channel is a better-sounding stereo AAC stream, ideal for listening to music. Select this for newer devices which can play this improved stream format.
Both the mono and stereo versions of our streams now broadcast with the same bitrate, so there's no difference in economy when using wi-fi or cellular connections. The primary difference is compatibility with older and newer computers, phones, and tablets.
You can also listen to us on InternetRadio by visiting: http://www.internet-radio.com
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