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If you are looking for a stream of WQXR that you can listen to on iTunes, it can be found online HERE
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WQXR moved to from 96.3 to 105.9 FM on October 8th. The new government run frequency does not offer the same reception as before. Because of this some listeners are now out of the range of the station. Through their website they offer some new options for listening to the station:HD radio
If you have an HD radio, the HD2 channel of WNYC 93.9 FM will now carry WQXR. HD radios are digital devices that require no Internet connection and no monthly fee. If you were able to hear WQXR at 96.3 FM, or if you can tune in WNYC at 93.9 FM, this option should work for you. For more information on HD radio, please click here
. Live streaming to computers and mobile devices
WNYC and WQXR both broadcast 24 hours a day on their websites, www.wnyc.org
. Anyone anywhere in the world with a broadband Internet connection and good speakers can tune us in online. When you’re in your car or otherwise on the go, you can also receive our live stream on hand-held mobile devices such as the Blackberry or iPhone. For help with Internet streaming and public radio applications for your wireless device, please click here
If you have an Internet connection at home, you can also listen to WQXR and WNYC with an Internet radio, a stand-alone device that can tune in thousands of free radio stations broadcast online. As with live streaming to computers and mobile devices, Internet radio completely eliminates the issue of signal range. WQXR has secured a discounted price on Internet radios for listeners who buy them through NPR. The radio comes with WQXR and Q2 (our web-only broadcast featuring contemporary classical music) as pre-set favorite stations. To purchase the radio from the NPR shop, click here
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