Listen to our four streams on the in-page persistent player. To see all streams, click the player's down arrow:
- Wyoming Public Radio
- Classical Wyoming
- Wyoming Sounds
- Jazz Wyoming
The Wyoming Public Radio in-page persistent player can be found above, just press the play button. Our streams will play no matter where you go on our website! Please note: the player works best with newer and up-to-date browsers. Ad blockers are known to interfere with the player. Please whitelist wyomingpublicmedia.org in your extension or disable it to ensure the listening experience works.
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Frequencies and HD Channels
All cities can listen to our three channels online through our website's live stream. Print the frequencies brochure here.
If you have an Amazon Echo (Alexa), you can listen to Wyoming Public Radio. Simply say "Alexa, Play Wyoming Public Radio."
For Google Home (Ok Google or Hey Google) say "Hey Google, Play Wyoming Public Radio on TuneIn."
For Apple HomePod (Siri) say, "Hey Siri, play Wyoming Public Radio."
To listen to Wyoming Sounds, Classical Wyoming, or Jazz Wyoming, it's a little different. For Google Home, say, "Hey Google, play Wyoming Sounds on TuneIn." For Amazon Echo, say, "Alexa, play Wyoming Sounds on TuneIn."
If you are not getting our station on Amazon Echo (Alexa) please say, "Alexa, ask NPR for help; Alexa, ask NPR to change my station; Wyoming Public Radio; live radio."
Learn more about listening to Wyoming Public Radio on your smart speaker with NPR's handy how-to page.
Wyoming Public Media offers listeners a variety of ways to listen to Wyoming Public Radio, Classical Wyoming and Wyoming Sounds. You can listen to Wyoming Public Radio on analog (broadcasting in regular radio) and in some locations throughout Wyoming, on HD Radio (broadcasting in both digital AND analog signal at the same time.)
Alternate Streaming Methods
We provide a few different alternate methods for streaming outside of the web browser. All four of our channels (Wyoming Public Radio, Classical Wyoming, Wyoming Sounds, and Jazz Wyoming) can be played in Windows Media player or other players compatible with streaming MP3 such as VLC Media Player, Real Audio Player or iTunes. Simply click on the links below and choose your media player of choice. Or copy and paste the linked URLs down below into your MP3 player.
- Wyoming Public Radio: https://wyoming-public-ice.streamguys1.com/WPR128MP3
- Classical Wyoming: https://wyoming-public-ice.streamguys1.com/CLS128MP3
- Wyoming Sounds: https://wyoming-public-ice.streamguys1.com/WYS128MP3
- Jazz Wyoming: https://wyoming-public-ice.streamguys1.com/JZZ128MP3
Free Mobile App for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Kindle
Find out more and download the app here.
Listen to Wyoming Public Radio anywhere with the Public Radio Mobile App. Our app allows you to pause and rewind live audio, as well as view the program schedule for Wyoming Public Radio, Classical Wyoming, Wyoming Sounds, and Jazz Wyoming.
Wyoming Public Radio on Apple Music
We're now available for streaming in Apple Music! Get the local news and programs that matter to you -- wherever you are, whenever you'd like -- in iTunes. To find our stream in iTunes, type Wyoming Pub. Radio into the search field, and "add" our station to your personal "My Stations" list for future listening.
Digital Radio and Internet Radio Site TuneIn
You already listen to public radio. But what if public radio could listen back? It does – on the NPR One app. Just download NPR One and choose Wyoming Public Radio as a home base. You’ll get the same local, national, and international news you love – plus podcasts.
So you can keep up with what’s happening around the world, whenever. Mark the stories you like and skip the ones you don’t. The more you listen, the more it gets to know you. Download the NPR One app and listen to hand-picked stories based on what you like.
When you don’t want to turn off Wyoming Public Radio, but you’re leaving your radio behind—turn to podcasts. A podcast is a radio show that’s on the internet, so you can listen anytime you want. There are two ways you can do this. You can listen to a podcast through a website, which is called streaming. Or you can download a podcast. When you’re leaving wifi or cell signal behind, download a podcast to your phone or tablet. This means you're saving it on that device on and you can listen to it anytime, even without an internet connection.
To stream: Go to a website, such as HumaNaturePodcast.org and click the play button.
To download: Get it delivered to your phone or tablet using an app.
- For iPhones and iPads, use the Podcasts app. It comes installed on your device, or you can get it from the App Store. In the Podcasts app, search for any podcast and then hit subscribe.
- For Android phones and tablets, you can use Google Podcasts, RadioPublic, or Stitcher. You can get those from the Google Play store. In Google Podcasts, search for any podcast and click Subscribe. In RadioPublic, click Follow. In Stitcher, click the plus sign to add it to your Favorites List.
Get our podcasts directly from one of those apps here.
Firefox has tracking protection automatically turned on. Turn off Tracking Protection, and cookies are then enabled. Go to a new Private Browsing window, and turn that toggle switch to off. And you should then be all set!
If you click on any of our streams links and you get an error, these can often be solved by clearing your cache. Or, you may need to update your web browser to the latest version.