How to use the KPBS player
The KPBS reader does not start automatically all alone. TO to play, pause or change volume, use your mouse or keyboard on the corresponding controls for the Radio or Classic player.
Even though the KPBS player has been extensively tested, some users may experience difficulty due to 1) network connectivity issues, 2) anti-virus software, or 3) possibly using an outdated browser.
If you are having difficulty listening to the KPBS live stream for these or other reasons, KPBS offers other ways to consume the stream, which are described below.
KPBS feeds are also available on TuneIn.com:
Smartphone and tablet access
For tablet or smartphone users, applications are available:
For TuneIn apps, you will need to search for “KPBS” or enter our station id: 34633.
Access to media player
A variety of desktop media players including iTunes, Windows Media Player, Winamp, and others can use the files included below to access our live radio stream.
These files will not be read directly in your web browser, but will need to be opened by your media application. Click the link to download a small file, then open that file with your desktop media application. File types are listed next to each link.
If you are using Internet radio, enter the following address as the broadcast source:
- KPBS Radio: http://kpbs.streamguys.tv
- Classic san diego: http://kpbs-classical.streamguys.tv
Streaming and KPBS programs are available through most smart speakers.
If you are using an Alexa product, you can enable the following skills to access KPBS:
Still having problems listening to our feed?
If none of these options work for you, please send us an email describing the issue you are having.
Please note the time the interrupt occurred and how long you listened to when the stream was interrupted.
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