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3 Easy Steps To Reach KUNC Nirvana On iTunes Radio

A man in a movie once said, "no matter where you go, there you are." Since you'll most likely have your phone with you, you'll also have KUNC available via iTunes Radio. We're happy to announce that KUNC's radio stream has been added to iTunes Radio.

1. How Can I Find KUNC in iTunes Radio?

Easy answer: CLICK HERE. Boom, done.

That should take you directly to KUNC in iTunes Radio on your desktop or mobile device. Once it is playing, it will automatically be saved as one of your “My Stations” favorites in iTunes Radio. Next time it will be even easier to listen.

You can also search for "KUNC, NPR and/or Colorado" at any time in iTunes Radio. Where ever you go, there we are.

2. Where can I listen to iTunes Radio?

  • On iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch: Open the Music app and select the Radio tab
  • On Mac and PC: Open iTunes, go to your music library, and select Radio from the toolbar
  • On Apple TV: Select iTunes Radio from the home screen

3. What MUST I have to use iTunes Radio?

To use iTunes Radio, you must have iOS 7 or OS X Lion v10.7 or later, iTunes 11.1, or Apple TV 6.0 or later installed on your iPhone, iPad or computer as well as an Apple ID for use in the iTunes Store. Since this is streaming you will also need an Internet connection.

Hold the phone: I don't have iTunes, an iPhone or iPad! I'm on Android...

Not to worry, we've been working to ensure that you can listen to KUNC anywhere and anytime! You can stream KUNC via your mobile phone by surfing to KUNC.org, you can use our web enabled player on your Android tablet at KUNC.org/player or you can download the KUNC app from the Google Play store for your Android enabled device.

We welcome your feedback, smart remarks or questions. If you run into anything be sure to email us at comment@kunc.org.

I’m not a Colorado native (did you know that "I'm from Missouri" means "I'm skeptical of the matter and not easily convinced?") but I have lived here for most of my life and couldn't imagine leaving. After graduating from Colorado State University, I did what everyone wants to do; I moved to the mountains and skied, hiked, and hid from responsibility! Our listeners in the mountains may know me from my time in Steamboat Springs and Vail or as the voice of the Battle Mountain Huskies Hockey team in Vail.
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