Whether you're using a smart phone, tablet, PC, Mac, or smart speaker, if it has an internet connection, then it can stream our KPR and KPR2 audio feeds!
If you're having trouble playing audio on the KPR website, please read these suggestions and provide us with your feedback.
Listen Live Player on the KPR Website
Use any device with a browser and an internet connection to access the KPR website (the website you're looking at right now!) and the Listen Live Player. Click the big red button at the top of the screen to open a popup (make sure your browser isn't blocking the popups) and begin listening.
If you're experiencing trouble playing the KPR stream and/or on-demand audio:
- try using a different browser, such as Firefox
- if you cannot get the stream to play and you've tried multiple browsers, the stream could be blocked by an anti-virus software. You can correct this problem by adding kansaspublicradio.org to the list of authorized websites in the anti-virus software's configuration.
- if none of these options help, please provide us with feedback by filling out this form and then try another listening method like downloading the m3u and playing it via iTunes.
The KPR App
The KPR App is the best way to listen to KPR on your mobile device! Not only can you listen live to both KPR and KPR2, you can also listen to past recordings, archived episodes, watch videos and so much more. And it's free! Read more about it.
Want to know more about the app? Read this post about it on our blog.
Alexa Skills for Amazon Echo Devices
Just say, "Alexa, enable the KPR skill." Then say, "Alexa, play KPR."
You can also ask her to play KPR2 with the same commands.
New! Listen to Kansas Public Radio's daily local newscast on your Alexa smart speaker every morning when you ask it to read the news! Read all about it here to learn how to enable it.
Streaming Audio Direct to Your Desktop
Listen to KPR with our Listen Live player, or you can stream our audio directly to your PC or Mac using either iTunes, Windows Media Player, Winamp and more. You will need to click on one of the links below to open the live stream on your computer. An alert box will pop up and ask if you want to save, open or discard the downloaded file. Choose to open the download. iTunes or Windows Media Player will then begin playing the streaming audio. You may have to ask your IT administrator to do this for you if you listen to KPR at work.
A podcast is rich media, such as audio or video, distributed via RSS. Feeds like these provide updates whenever there is new content. They can be added to iTunes and you can automatically receive updates to your computer, phone or tablet. Click the links below to get started!
KPR Presents: http://kansaspublicradio.org/info/subscribe-kpr-presents-podcast
Listen in on KPR live, with the Tune In app! Listen to the world’s largest collection of free sports, news, music and talk radio.
Windows Phone: https://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/tunein-radio/7f7e3f68-ba3a-...
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Public Radio Player
The Public Radio Player offers the best experience for streaming audio from public radio stations and programs across the United States. Listen to your local favorites, or catch news, music, and stories from anywhere in the country. Live, on demand, even offline listening - all for free.
The ultimate NPR experience for your iPhone or iPod Touch. Follow local and national news and listen to your favorite NPR stations wherever you are and whenever you want to.