How to Connect to Conifer Radio
How to connect your PC, smart-phone, tablet or other device to Conifer Radio, and we have FREE Apps!
Conifer Radio provides a “pop-out player” to broadcast Conifer’s community radio station via internet live-stream. This is available by clicking the Listen Live – Click Here button to the left – or from the URL at http://player.live365.com/a29790 This ‘pop-out player’ is one of the better ways to experience Conifer Radio. The pop-out player will display all the current track information, links for downloading tracks (for purchase) and other information about Conifer Radio. We recommend bookmarking or saving this link to your smart-device listing of “favorites.” You might find that the album and track data on the pop-out player changes slightly before the track in the audio stream changes - this is normal and part of the cloud-based software application.
If more convenient, please use the following quicklink (also a URL) to access Conifer Radio:http://streaming.live365.com/a29790
FREE: Conifer Radio's Live365 mobile apps
1. Use the phrase "Enable Live365!" ... or... "Play Live365"
2. then say, "Play Conifer Radio"
If Alexa says (that she's confused), you may need to enable the Live365 skill by simply saying "Alexa, Enable Live365 Skill." Note that "Live365" is pronounced "live three sixty-five."
- Then, after enabling the Live365 skill, tune into Live365 by saying “Alexa, play Live365!” You will then be prompted to pick a station or genre.
- Then say: "Play Conifer Radio"
With some computers, to begin listening to Live365 on your Alexa, you may firstly need to enable the Live365 Alexa Skill in the Alexa Skills Store.
- Search “Live365” in the Alexa Skills Store or navigate directly to the Live365 skill page by clicking here. Once there, select “Enable” and you will then be able to access Live365 on all of your available Alexa devices.
If this is your first time using Alexa, please speak S L O W L Y and clearly!
For advanced users of special technologies:
PLS is a computer file format for a multimedia playlist. It is typically used by media players for streaming media over the Internet, but may also be used for playing local media. For online streaming, typically the .PLS file would be downloaded just once from the media source, such as from an online radio station like Conifer Radio for immediate or future use. While most computers and players automatically recognize .PLS format, the first time a PLS file is used on a computer, the media player's settings may need to be changed to recognize ("associated" with) .PLS files. To access Conifer Radio in PLS format:https://api.live365.com/play/a29790.pls
Listen link for M3U (file format):
For those that prefer using an M3U player to listen to internet radio, there is a Live365 player that receives Conifer Radio’s streaming broadcast: https://api.live365.com/play/a29790.m3u
Listen link for ASX (file format):
For those that enjoy listening to internet music through their Windows Media Player, the following link below will launch Conifer Radio through this application:https://api.live365.com/play/a29790.asx
The ASX file is a file which contains a pointer to some online content, and in this case our Live365 player. If the media player doesn’t automatically launch, on the Windows Media Player window press the Alt key on the keyboard and click on File and open url. Paste the link and check if Windows Media Player is able to open the link.