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Frequently Asked Streaming Questions

If after reading the FAQ, you still have questions regarding streaming, feel free to Contact Us .

I do not receive In-Depth News and Classical Music radio signals. How can I listen on the Internet?

If your computer has an Internet connection and speakers, it's easy to listen to In-Depth News and Classical Music. Simply go to the top of the page and click on the appropriate “listen” button. Your stream will automatically start playing.

You may also prefer one of our other streaming formats which are:
Windows Media – this is the most common streaming software. You must have Windows Media loaded on your computer in order to listen to this stream. Most computers come with this software already loaded.
MP3 – this service requires a broadband cable or DSL Internet connection. Most computers have the software already loaded to receive this stream.
OGG Vorbis – Ogg Vorbis is an open source codec that is less "lossy" than MP3 and is rated as having better quality than MP3 in listener tests. Ogg Vorbis capable players come standard on most Linux distributions and players are available for Windows and Mac platforms.

I do not have a computer. Can I still listen to In-Depth News and Classical Music over the Internet?

Yes. Recent advances in technology have led to the production of “Internet radios.” These devices look a lot like regular radios, except that they work with wireless Internet connections. If you have access to a wireless Internet signal (WiFi) in your home or office, you can most likely use one of these radios to listen to our programming. NOTE: If your WiFi signal is encrypted (password protected), you may need assistance from someone familiar with this technology when setting up your radio the first time .

The NPR Shop carries a variety of internet radios.

My OGG Vorbis stream interrupts every few seconds. What is wrong?

We have noticed on certain players (VLC especially) that our process of updating the current playlist causes problems of this sort. We recommend that you use our OGG stream without playlist info (Click Here for Classical Music or Click Here for In-Depth News) or to try one of our recommended OGG capable players.

Can I listen to your stations on a portable device?

Yes. Many mobile providers offer smartphones capable of receiving our Internet radio feeds. These devices also function as personal digital assistant (PDA) and cell phone. With these devices, you can listen to our streams – and take In-Depth News and Classical Music with you just about wherever you go. Because the smartphone devices use cell phone technology to connect to the Internet, they generally work wherever the cell phone signals reach. NOTE: Cell phone companies charge a monthly fee for their data plan. If you intend to use one of these phones to listen to In-Depth News and Classical Music over the Internet on a frequent basis, consider selecting your provider’s unlimited wireless data plan to avoid excess charges.


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Colorado Public Radio host Warner failed to challenge Beauprez's claim that "70 percent" of African-American "pregnancies end in abortion"
On KCFR's Colorado Matters, host Ryan Warner let stand Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez's citation of the false statistic that "as high as 70 percent, maybe even more," of pregnancies among African-American women end in abortion.
On the August 28 broadcast of Colorado Public Radio affiliate KCFR's Colorado Matters, host Ryan Warner let stand during the interview Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez's citation of the false statistic that "as high as 70 percent, maybe even more," of pregnancies among African-American women end in abortion

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