System Requirements: Which computers and browsers work with the KQED Listen Live page player?
The KQED Listen Live page utilizes the jPlayer media library. The latest version of jPlayer has been tested for compatibility with a range of web browsers. If your browser doesn't seem to be compatible, you can try upgrading to a newer browser or see the section below titled "Alternatives" for other options.
Alternatives: What are some other options I have for listening to the KQED live stream?
There are many apps and devices available that can play the KQED live stream — even other web sites! Some may use a built-in search feature to locate the stream. Some may ask you to type in this stream URL yourself: http://streams.kqed.org/kqedradio.m3u
iOS Apps for iPhone, iPod and iPad
Other streaming devices (ex: Sonos)
Other web sites that can play the KQED live stream
Troubleshooting: The audio pauses, stutters or doesn't play at all — what should I do?
Make sure your speakers are on and the volume is turned up.
Check your set-up's compatibility
Check the section above titled "System Requirements" to confirm that your set-up is compatible with the Listen Live player.
Are you using ad-blocking software?
If you have ad-blocking software running, you can try turning it off or unblocking these two domains:
Are you listening at work?
Your company may have a firewall enabled to securely protect its internal data. Sometimes your company's proxy settings may be set in such a way that they prevent external streaming sources from occurring. If this is the case, please contact the IT department of your company.
Try updating your browser
Check to see if there are any available upgrades to your web browser. If there aren't, you can also try switching to a different web browser. You can find a list of browsers tested for compatibility with our player on the jPlayer web site.
Still not working?
Click the "Report a Problem" tab above and use the KQED Live Stream Problem Report form to contact us.
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