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Radio Kansas in Digital Fidelity on the Web!

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We're pleased to present our full-service FM signal, our folk music channel, NewGrass Valley, and our contemporary instrumental channel The Breeze via internet streaming! Unfortunately, we had to remove the jazz channel. The paperwork requirements increased dramatically and we just could not justify it.

All of these streams are powered by your Radio Kansas membership, and are intended to extend our service to members. Everyone's welcome to listen prior to contributing, but please consider helping us present the stations you use!

We've use a streaming format provided by the one of the world's most popular streaming software systems. Most media players will work with it such as VideoLAN's VLC Player, Nullsoft's Winamp, some versions of Windows Media Player, and Mac iTunes. The stream plays on computers, tablets and smartphones. Our recommended player is VideoLAN's VLC. It is robust and can be loaded on most computers, tablets and smartphones. Here is the VLC download on the official VideoLAN web site:

VLC download here

Windows Media Player, available on almost all Windows computers, is problematic in our testing. We find that many versions do not work for our streams.

Radio Kansas HD1Our full-service FM station in digital fidelity.
Radio Kansas HD1

Radio Kansas HD2
NewGrass Valley - our roots music station, running the gamut from folk to bluegrass to modern acoustic music from traditional forms. Radio Kansas HD2 - NewGrass Valley - roots music and more!

Radio Kansas HD3
The Breeze with your favorites from Nightcrossings, Tranquility Bass and Music from the Hearts of Space 24 hours per day!
Radio Kansas HD3 - Contemporary Instrumental Music

Note on using VLC Media Player:
To play these streams above, you might wonder how to access them in your player. The best method involves associating the .m3u file type with VLC. If you aren't sure how to do this, search online help for "associating files on Win(x)" with x being 7, or 8 or 10.

Otherwise open VLC, choose "Media", then "Open Network Stream". In the box under "Please enter a network URL:", type exactly the following:

For HD1 type
For HD2 type
For HD3 type

Then click the "Play" button. Your sound should start within a few seconds.