Listen to KBOO Online
KBOO offers two webstreams that are compatible with iTunes and most media players:
MP3 - High
|For faster connections, such as DSL/Cable|
MP3 - Low
|For slower connections, such as a modem|
The MP3-based streams make our station universally accessible to listeners using Mac, Windows or Linux systems, and works with most of the popular audio programs, including iTunes, RealPlayer, Windows Media Player and more. You can also find us through the iTunes directory of internet radio stations. Whether you're in a downtown coffeshop or a cybercafe halfway around the globe, we want you to enjoy KBOO with the best audio possible.
If you are having problems streaming, please see our Streaming Audio Help page.
We now have our own app!!!
There are also other options for smartphones and tablets.
Download TuneIn to your smartphone or tablet and listen to the world from wherever you are. Just search for "TuneIn" in your smartphone's app store.
Plus, when you sign up for a free account, you get access to your presets no matter where you use TuneIn.
TuneIn is available for iPhone/iPod/iPad, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Palm, and Samsung Bada.
DroidLive/xiialive for Android-based smartphones.
Thanks to the Public Radio Exchange, you can now listen to KBOO on your iPhone or iPod Touch via the Public Radio Tuner. The tuner is an application with a sleek new look and state-of-the-art engineering allowing you to stream a high-quality version of KBOO's signal. It features a search, favorites list, the ability to find stations in your current location, and fast loading times.
We're happy to make KBOO available through this application and appreciate your membership, which allows us to continue our technological advances.
There are two reasons why KBOO's streamed audio may rebuffer or reconnect:
- A disconnect between the listener's connection and which stream they are listening to (in other words, you have dial up and are trying to listen to the high bandwidth stream)
- Internet congestion (which can be related to the ISP you use, or, can just be the internet itself).
If the stream is unavailable, please contact us (select Chief Engineer).