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Click the "Play" arrow and listen to KGOU wherever you have a wi-fi or mobile connection. (If clicking the arrow used to work, but doesn't work now, please email membership@kgou.org and please include your device, operating system and browser.) We are currently aware of issues when using the Safari browser, and we're working on a fix.

On your smart phone, you can create an icon for your home screen as follows:

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  1. In Safari or preferred web browser, go to www.KGOU.org.
  2. Tap the Share icon (the square with an arrow pointing out of it) at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Scroll down to the list of actions and tap "Add to Home Screen."

For Android:

  1. In your internet browser, go to www.KGOU.org.
  2. From the 3-dot menu next to the address bar, select "Add to Home screen."

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If you are having difficulty listening to the online stream, or to report an outage, please call (405) 325-5468 or toll-free (866) 533-2470, or try basic troubleshooting:

1. Check to make sure your computer has audio capability (sound card) and that volume is not muted.

2. Check whether audio software is installed on your computer or device, and if so, which software.

3. Check speakers to make sure they are installed and turned on.


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