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Radio Kansas in Digital Fidelity - Worldwide!


We are pleased to present our full-service FM signal, our folk music channel, NewGrass Valley, our contemporary instrumental channel The Breeze and Radio Kansas Jazz via internet streaming! 

These streams are intended as a bonus to your Radio Kansas membership for our FM stations. They cannot be considered our primary service to you because we cannot warrant the quality of your experience as we can with over-the-air broadcast. There are dozens of ways you may most wish to listen online, and each of these may have different technical requirements. Listeners simply have not donated enough toward these streams for us to be able to support every interface and voice-controlled device.


Most listeners report success and appreciate the attempt, at least, at extra service.

Everyone is welcome to listen prior to contributing, but our streams are intended as additional service to our members. If you like what you hear, please consider helping us present the stations you use!


If you have not yet installed an extension to play back our streams, see the Technical Assistance section below. 



Our Streams
If you have any trouble, see instructions below!



Radio Kansas FM & HD1Our full-service FM station
Radio Kansas HD1

Radio Kansas HD2
NewGrass Valley - our roots music station, running the gamut from folk to bluegrass to modern acoustic music from traditional forms. Radio Kansas HD2

Radio Kansas HD3
The Breeze with your favorites from Nightcrossings, Tranquility Bass and Music from the Hearts of Space 24 hours per day!
Radio Kansas HD3


Radio Kansas HD4
Jazz 24 hours per day!
Radio Kansas HD4


Technical Assistance


Unlike FM, there are numerous third parties between you and our web signal - web servers that are maintained by others, and may have issues we cannot control. Please contact us if you have a problem, but understand that there are many issues we simply do not have the resources to solve. We derive no real additional income from these offerings, so the systems rely on freeware and dated hardware. There are listeners so disappointed in outages that they seem to prefer we not even try to bring you access to this extraordinary material. We hope you agree that it's worth the attempt, even without a budget! We do try to warrant the accessiblity of at least our main signal in the NPR News smartphone app, the iHeart app, and on the Radio Kansas Mobile App Page at Other stream aggregators like TuneIn do not derive funds from linking to our signals, so they lack the resources to worry whether a little station in the midwest is working in their vast system.

If you have questions, please contact by email station manager Ken Baker or for technical questions, Ric Jung. To speak with us by phone, we're available during business hours at 800-723-4657.

How can I listen in a browser?

The procedure is similar in most browsers. Most stream listeners use Chrome.To add an the m3u8 player extension, start by clicking on the three dots at the top right corner of the browser or click the graphic provided. Go down the menu to "More Tools" and choose "Extensions" from the new menu. This takes you to the extensions page. At the top left click on the three lines beside "Extensions". At the bottom, click on "Open Chrome Web Store". On the new page, find the search box at the top left labeled "search the store". Do a search for m3u8. Click "Add to Chrome" and follow the instructions.

Listen in a stand-alone Player on your computer/phone/tablet

As mentioned above, there are any number of interfaces which may be your favorite. We'll trust your tech-savvy to be able to copy the addresses from the above buttons into the proper places in your preferred interface.