WHERE CAN I LISTEN?
1. FM Dial 101.5
Ready to leave the internet? Nothing wrong with the original method of getting your 101X fix. We're still 101.5 FM on your standard radio dial.
Click "LISTEN LIVE" for the fastest, easiest way to listen to 101X on the web. Our streaming audio player has been tested to work with the latest versions of all major web browsers, but if you experience any issues please click the question mark icon at the top right hand corner of the player. If your player won't launch, you can report the issue to Liquid Compass.
3. Mobile Apps
If you have a smartphone, there is a good chance it is an iPhone or Android device. If so, we’ve got you covered with our FREE Mobile Apps for both. To download, click here for iPhone and here for Android.
4. Next Radio
NextRadio is an FM tuner application that receives FM radio broadcasts in your local area. NextRadio also provides a data service for radio broadcasters to share information about their station and their broadcast content so that listeners can receive real-time updates as they listen.
iHeartRadio is a free, all-in-one digital service that lets you find more than 1,000 Live Stations or create commercial-free Custom Stations featuring the artist you select and similar music. Check us out on iHeartRadio here.
TuneIn is a free service that lets you listen to anything in the world from wherever you are. Whether you want to hear music, sports, news or current events, TuneIn offers over 70,000 stations, and 101X is one of them. You can also listen to the Jason and Deb podcast whenever you like and it's 100% Commercial-free with TuneIn Premium. Visit the 101X TuneIn page here and sign up for TuneIn Premium here.
7. HD Radio
Thousands of radio stations across the U.S. have committed to converting their stations to digital transmission and 101X is one of them! CLICK HERE to learn more about HD Radio, but simply put: if you have an HD Radio, you’ll be experiencing 101X with CD-like digital sound quality.