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How to listen:

1> Get the audio player
Make sure you have a streaming audio player installed on your computer. If you don't have one, grab one for free by clicking one of the links below.

2> Choose your connection speed
Click on the LISTEN link appropriate to your Internet connection.

MODEM USERS - please choose the 24 or 20 Kbps stream.

For Windows:
iTunes
Windows Media Player
Winamp
Foobar2000
Quintessential Player


For Macintosh:
iTunes
MPlayerOSX
Audion
MacAmp Lite X


For Linux/*nix/*BSD:
XMMS
MPlayer
mpg123


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streaming mp3 broadcast
STREAMING MP3 BROADCAST

LISTEN 24 Kbps mono
LISTEN 64 Kbps mono
windows media broadcast
WINDOWS MEDIA BROADCAST

LISTEN 20 Kbps mono WMA 9
LISTEN 64 Kbps stereo WMA 9
STREAMING AUDIO UPDATES

10.26.04
The Windows Media server is currently down. Our streaming ops are working on it. More info as I get it.

UPDATE - All should be back to normal as of 1:08pm EDT.

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


09.15.04
For those having buffering and stopping issues with the Windows Media streams, a new server is on the way. In the meantime, I would suggest listening to the MP3 streams if you can get them.

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


09.07.04
We're load testing a new Windows Media Server and the address of the server has changed. Just make sure to tune in using the links above. Thanks!

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


09.03.04
We're still trying to track down this enigmatic problem with the Windows Media streams. At some point this weekend I'm going to swap out encoders and see if that does anything.

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


09.01.04
Some issues with the Windows Media server this morning. The MP3 streams seem to be unaffected so you can try those until we figure out what's up with the WM server.

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


07.12.04
We're BAAAAAACK! The new 64k Windows Media stream sounds pretty sweet and both Windows Media stream have been upgraded to the WMA 9 codecs. Down the road, look forward to Ogg Vorbis and maybe even Quicktime MPEG4 streams. Also I should have artist and song title streaming in the players within a few days.

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


05.12.04
HUGE props to the guys over at Shoutcast for hooking us up with a 128kbps MP3 stream for our final days of broadcast. LISTEN

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


05.10.04
I'm guessing our servers are going to be full most of the week. For those of you having trouble getting on using your regular stream of choice, try one of the other streams, either the Windows Media or the 24k MP3 stream.

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


04.05.04
More tips, this one from Troy. He recommends a pretty nifty little audio player... the Quintessential Player. It's free and sports some excellent features. link

Also, if you're on Mac OS X and want to listen to our Windows Media stream without downloading Windows Media Player, try MPlayerOSX. It's a veritable media Swiss Army knife and plays just about anything including Windows Media streams. Get it here.

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


03.22.04
A *nix tip from Nick --

"For any linux user with mplayer installed, putting the simple attached script [listed below] in your path will let you listen anytime with a "woxy" command. I use it all the time. It should also work on the linux-alikes, like Mac OS X, bsds, whatever."

#!/bin/sh mplayer -cache 1024 http://www.woxy.com/stream/48k.pls

For the 24k MP3 stream, substitute http://www.woxy.com/stream/24k.pls.

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


01.29.04
Hey guys - we've been experiencing exceptionally high demand today and several of the servers have been filling up. There should be some room left on the Windows Media stream. And you can always find room on the Radio@Netscape streams. We'll try to add some more capacity tonight.

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


11.24.03
A helpful tip emailed to me by Ben... if you only have access to the Quicktime player, you can listen to 97X using it. Just open up Quicktime, click on the "File" menu and select "Open URL." Then copy and paste http://woxy.com/stream/48k.pls or http://woxy.com/stream/24k.pls into the box, click OK and that should do the trick.

Bryan Jay - bryan@woxy.com


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