KKFI offers two audio streams of our live broadcast, one for users of Microsoft Windows and one for users of other systems. If you are running Microsoft Windows, then clicking on the first link below will automatically open the Windows Media stream in Windows Media player.
If you are on an Apple Macintosh computer, then clicking the second link below will automatically open the MP3 stream in iTunes. Otherwise, you can listen to the MP3 stream on Winamp, which can be downloaded for free.
- Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Windows, and others – TuneIn Radio is a popular and easy to use mobile application that works on many types of devices.
- Android – Listeners with an Android powered mobile device can also listen to KKFI using the “Public Radio Live” application from DAapps.
- iPhone – iPhone users can also try the Public Radio Player application
Problems with streaming?
If your streaming audio occasionally stops briefly and then starts back up again, this is most likely due to your Internet connection. If your Internet connection is too slow or is busy downloading other large amounts of data, then it may intermittently not be able to handle all of the streaming data as fast as necessary. In these cases, you will usually see a “buffering” message in your player.
Also, some employers block access to streaming media to preserve company bandwidth. If you are able to listen to the stream from home but are unable to connect to the server from work that may be the problem.