How to Listen to 365 Radio


There are numerous ways to listen to your favourite radio shows with 365 Radio online.

Listen with your Computer

You can listen to 365 Radio over the Internet by using your computer. To listen to live streaming audio on your computer, you
will need an Internet connection. Any reliable broadband connection is good enough, including WiFi, and reasonable
results can be obtained even with dialup connection speeds as slow as 28K. You will also need speakers or headphones connected
to sound card hardware inside your computer, and one or more audio software applications installed on your computer.
There are no subscription fees or contracts (beyond the cost of your Internet connection) when you tune in on your computer.

        

Or you can use our free Radio Player program that you can have on your desktop or click on
 one of the icons above that you have installed on your computer

Free 365 Radio Player For Your Computer
This free player is a windows program that will enable you listen on your computer.
The program can be placed anywhere on your computer and run. I have mine on my desktop

Get your free 365 radio player for your computer

This free player is a windows program that will enable you listen on your computer.
The program can be placed anywhere on your computer and run. I have mine on my desktop

Download Here
 
You can listen to the 365 Radio station on your Android, Blackberry, Tablet, iPhone®, iPad®,
 or iPod touch®. Download the free player to your device from the App Store.
Once it is installed, you can use and listen to the 365 Radio station on your Android, iPhone, iPad,
or iPod touch by locating the "365 Radio" station with your Public
Radio Player app.

Check out TuneIn ,Winamp, Shoutcast in your app store these are free and work will.
When installed simply search for "365 Radio". When found simply add to your favourites.
If you are using a Blackberry device TuneIn is the app that you will need.

WiFi Radio
One type of device might be called a "Wi-Fi radio" or "Internet radio".
This device has its own built-in speakers, and it might look just like a standard AM-FM radio on your nightstand or bookshelf.
Rather than receive radio waves from local broadcast stations, it connects to the Internet through an available WiFi
network (you must be able to log in), and it plays Internet audio streams through its own mono or stereo speakers.
Some of these devices may require a computer to set up, but they don't require a connection to a computer to operate.
On the other hand, these devices may be limited to playing audio from Internet streams; they may not
be able to play audio you may have stored on your computer or MP3 player.
The reception will be as good as your Wi-Fi signal, but no better.


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