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Sunday, 27 April 2008 11:55

Help and Support: How to Listen to the Broadcasts:

Windows 98, NT, XP, Vista or higher Pentium class PC (300 Mhz or higher for continuous streaming) Microsoft IE 4.01 and higher, or Netscape Navigator 4.05 and higher, a sound card, and speakers are the minimium requirments along with 56k or greater connection.


Windows Media Player9 or 10 and RealONE Player (free version). These are the only players supported at this time Don't have Windows Media Player or Real One? Get them Here Windows Media Player | RealONE | Windows Media Player for Mac

Instructions: Open Windows Media Player 9.0 or 10 and go to "Tools." On the "Tools" Menu click "Options" and then "File Types' Click the box "Select All" Click Ok.

RealOne Player Users: Open Real One Player and go to "Tools" From the "Tools" Menu select "Preferences" and then "Media Types" Make sure all boxes are checked and or click "Select All" then click Ok

Special Instructions for AOL (America Online) users

The included AOL player will not let you listen to the audio feed; you must disable the AOL player to listen to the broadcast. You may encounter AOL browser stopping or "crashing", loss of Internet connection, or an error message.

For AOL version 9.0 and Above

Click "Settings" at the top of the AOL screen.
Find and pick the "Multimedia" cfirefox
In the new window that shows your multimedia settings, uncheck the option to use the AOL media player for supported file types.
Click to save.

For earlier AOL versions (ex. versions 6.0, 7.0, 8.0):
Click on "Settings" in the AOL Toolbar.
Choose "Preferences" from the menu.
Click on the "Multimedia" link.
Uncheck "Use AOL Media Player for supported file types"
Click "Save"

If you already have another media player (such as Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, Music Match, etc.) installed, the audio feed should play normally.

You can also download a plugin for your browser to unable the player on the website




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Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 14:32
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