I've always known that KQED (the Bay Area's public TV and Radio) had archive and live audio streams of their radio programs. But until the other day, I'd never paid much attention to them.
I was very pleasantly surprised to find that KQED Radio offers audio streams for Real Player, Windows Media, and QuickTime. Just follow that link and click on the "listen live" button.
The Quicktime feed is very bandwidth friendly and still very good quality too. Derek found that the URL to use if you'd like to use iTunes directly is http://www.kqed.org/w/streamingfiles/kqed_qt.mov
BTW, KQED FM is the largest NPR station in the country. I know that because their pledge drive just ended and they make a point of saying that a lot. I just wish there was a way to opt out of the pledge drive. As someone who's been giving them money for a few years now, I don't need convincing!
Posted by jzawodn at September 23, 2004 05:59 PM