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Streaming FAQs

Thank you for choosing to listen live online! This station is utilizing StreamTheWorld (http://www.streamtheworld.com/en/home), a national streaming services company to broadcast its signal to the Internet. During the broadcast, you may notice periods of intermittent interruptions, or silence, which is normal. These periods of silence are covering local on-air commercials, which we are not allowed to broadcast over the internet. Please be assured that you have not lost the stream, as the broadcast should resume after the commercial set is over (commercial sets vary from two to five minutes long).

This new and improved streaming media service supports PC, MAC and Linux users! To ensure that that you are able to fully enjoy this steam, please make sure that your computer has the latest free and computer safe Flash Player 9.

If you do not have Flash Player 9 please click on the following link that will redirect you to the Adobe download center:

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

Common issues not allowing you to access the stream:

Pop-Up Blocker:

If you are unable to launch this station’s media player after clicking on the listen link, and you receive the following error displayed below, please mouse over the error message and select “Always Allow Pop-ups from This Site”. As a shortcut, you may also hold down your CTRL key and click on the listen link to launch the player.

Virus Protection Software:

If you cannot hear the stream, or other streams using Adobe Flash Player, please turn off your virus protection software, and try to reconnect. If you are able to connect after turning off your virus protection, you may need to disable your pop up blocker or add the web page’s URL to your trusted sites section. Please consult your virus program’s help files for these configurations.

If your system is behind a firewall (typical at an office network), please contact your network administrator to open up your firewall to allow your system to access this stream via port 80 or verify that they allow streaming media to be played over the network.

Thanks for listening!