Our live streaming audio broadcast is provided by a service called "Live365.com". You may listen to us with almost any player you choose. Apple/Mac and Linux/Unix machines are supported further down this page. You'll also find a link to some helpful troubleshooting pages there.
The best sound will be heard by connecting through one of the 56Kbps links.
If you are using a dial-up connection or are experiencing frequent drops outs,
try one of our 24Kbps connections.
All of our standard links use a linking method called "redirection" so that we can make our streams appear to come from "Port 80". This allows our streams to pass through firewalls that block the "high-numbered ports" typical of streaming media. If your streaming software or appliance requires Direct Connection Links, we have them for Windows Media Player and for generic MP3 players such as WinAmp. At this time, if you need BOTH a direct link AND a "Port 80" stream, we cannot accommodate it. Our IT wizards are working on it."How It Works"
Do you want to know more? Grady Moates, our Director of Engineering provides you with an explanation of how digital audio works here. You can learn about sample rates & bit rates, packets & buffering, firewall issues, Port 80 re-direction and new media appliances.
Generic MP3 Players, such as WinAmp and iTunes
Version 7.1 or later must be on your machine