HOW DO I STREAM ON THE NEW KING.ORG?
- Find the “NOW PLAYING ON OUR STREAMS” bar at the very top of this page. Click on it and select a stream.
- Under the “LISTEN” dropdown menu, select a stream.
See our answers to a few common questions below.
What is the easiest way to see what’s playing on KING FM right now?
Find the “NOW PLAYING ON OUR STREAMS” bar at the very top of this page. When you click on it, a menu of all our streams drops down with information on what’s currently playing.
When I open the player, I see a popup and hear an introduction, but the music never plays. Why?
It’s most likely because Adobe Flash Player has not been installed or updated on your computer. Click here to download the latest version of Adobe Flash, then restart your computer. If you still can’t hear the music and you’re streaming at work, your employer’s firewall is probably preventing you from accessing our streams. Talk to your IT Department and ask them if they are able to grant an exception for king.org. If not , we recommend streaming KING’s channels through iTunes. After you’ve downloaded the latest version of iTunes, go to File > Open Stream… and paste one of these links in.
Classical KING FM 98.1 http://stream.abacast.net/playlist/king-kingfmaac-ibc2.m3u
KING FM Evergreen Channel http://stream.abacast.net/playlist/king-kingevergreenaac96-ibc2.m3u
KING FM Seattle Symphony Channel http://icy2.abacast.com/king-symfavsmp3-48.m3u
Second Inversion http://icy3.abacast.com/king-secondinversionmp3-48.m3u
My Internet Radio used to stream KING FM, but now I can’t hear the music.
If your Internet Radio plays Reciva or vTuner streams, make sure to remove any KING FM streams from your favorites and then add them back in again. If the streams still don’t play, try adding the URLs above manually. Most Internet Radios feature an option to add your own stream link. Consult your Internet Radio manual for specific instructions on how to do this.
How do I stream KING FM using my Android Tablet or phone?
Download the VLC Player for Android here. Then, click on one of the links below.
Classical KING FM 98.1 http://stream.abacast.net/playlist/king-kingfmaac48-ibc2.m3u
KING FM Evergreen Channel http://stream.abacast.net/playlist/king-kingevergreenaac48-ibc2.m3u
KING FM Seattle Symphony Channel http://icy2.abacast.com/king-symfavsmp3-48
Second Inversion http://icy3.abacast.com/king-secondinversionmp3-48
Your Android device will ask you which program you’d like to use to open the stream; select “VLC Player.”
How do I stream KING FM using my smart speaker?
Use the following command: “____, play Classical KING FM.” If you have issues with this, please email our Website Coordinator, Anne Martin.
I’m using Internet Explorer 8 or earlier/I’m using Windows XP or earlier. Why don’t your players work?
Unfortunately, Microsoft no longer offers support for the Windows XP operating system, nor does it offer support for Internet Explorer 8 or earlier. If you are using XP, you may download Firefox or Chrome and use either browser to stream KING FM on our website. However, we strongly recommend you upgrade your operating system to Windows 7 or later; while you are using XP, you are more susceptible to viruses and other threats.
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If you have any questions about streaming KING FM via our website, our app, cable TV or iTunes, please contact our Programming Assistant, Anne Marie Martin at (206) 691-2995 or email at email@example.com.
If you have questions about listening via FM Radio or HD Radio, contact our Operations Manager, Rachele Hales at (206) 691-2983, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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