Listening Instructions

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How to Listen Live

To listen live, browse to the Current Episode page. The Flash audio player should start automatically when the page is accessed during the scheduled broadcast time. If no sound, please check your computer's volume controls and speaker connections.

For the audio player to work properly, you may need to upgrade to the latest version of Flash. Please click the button below to get started:
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How to Listen to an Archive

The Flash audio player should start automatically when the page is accessed. Archives can be paused, restarted, and volume adjusted using the audio controls on the page. If no sound, please check your computer's volume controls and speaker connections.

To ensure that you have the latest version of Flash, please see instructions above for How to Listen Live.

Subscribing as a Podcast using iTunes®

To subscribe to our webcast using iTunes, you will need to click on the link below. If you do not already have iTunes on your computer, clicking on the link will install the software for you, providing instructions where necessary. Please refer to iTunes Support if you require assistance using the software.

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Subscribing as a Podcast using the Microsoft Zune® software

You can download the Zune software here: http://www.zune.net/en-us/products/software/default.htm

  1. Sign in to the Zune software.
  2. Click Collection.
  3. Choose Podcasts.
  4. Select Add URL.
  5. Paste http://feeds2.feedburner.com/NDPCPodcast into the text box.
  6. Click Subscribe.

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Instructions for Downloading Archives

If the archived program is available, there is a Download link. The downloadable program may be used to make a CD of the program for that day.

To download a program, right-click on the Download link and select Save Target or Save link as. Select a destination for the file. Once the download completes, you may listen to the program directly from your computer or create a CD of the program using most CD authoring software.

The downloadable archives are in mp3 format. Most computers come with software that will play them. One such program that is available for free is iTunes.

Technical Support

If you have read and followed all of the listening instructions here and still cannot access the live radio webcast, please call 864-656-4550 for assistance. This support line is only available during live programs, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.

Any questions about this webcast, contact us at ndpc@clemson.edu