How to Listen to Radio Newark

Are you using a Windows PC?  Here’s your link —

Windows Users, click here.

 

Macintosh users and many mobile devices can use this link —

Mobile users, Mac users, click here.

 

This player here will work on iPhones, iPads, Android tablets and so on —

(Your browser may not support this player.)

Do you have a smartphone?  You can hear us on both iPhones and Android devices.  Radio Newark is listed in the rad.io app as well as the TuneIn and Shoutcast apps.  There are others.  I use rad.io, personally.  Check the iTunes Store or Android Market for a free download.

 

I’ve used TuneIn and Shoutcast, too.  TuneIn let’s you rewind the streaming station and repeat a section.  I find that feature quite handy.  I like the way the rad.io app displays MP3 tag data, though, so I use it more than the others.

8 comments on “How to Listen to Radio Newark”

  1. This is a great opportunity for an English learner to improve his abilities in listening and speaking. I would appreciate it if let me know could I have the texture of these dialogues. Thank you so much!

    1. Hi Koroshi! I’m glad you like our approach to science-oriented spoken word radio. I would be happy to make some of our segments available to you, depending on the affiliation or rebroadcast agreement we have with our content sources. Kindly check your email for a personal reply.

      Again, welcome to Radio Newark,

      Steve

      It’s LISTEN Radio, Not Talk Radio!

  2. I’m trying to get the site to play on my kindle fire and its not working. Does anyone have any hints on how to get it to play?

    1. Hi Brian,

      Android devices may need to use an app.

      Radio Newark is listed in TuneIn, Shoutcast, and rad.io apps. Install the app, then use the app’s Search utility for ‘radio newark.’ Then Bookmark and Favorite the station for easy access.

      Several of you have asked if Radio Newark will have its own app. Yes we will — that’s looking like my winter project for this year (2013-14). We have the user interface designed — it’s a matter of coding, debugging, submitting to iTunes Store, and 1000 Other Things…!

      THANK YOU for your continued interest and support as we grow and add to Radio Newark. I am very grateful for your help!

      Steve

  3. I thank you for your useful and informative Radio broadcast, specially I thank your Newsreaders for reading the news slowly. Listening to Radio Newark helps me to improve my English.

    Regards

    Khaschayar Rochossani

  4. I am so glad I’ve found your station. The topics are very interesting and listening is an excellent way of improving my English.
    I would be very thankful if you let me know the title or performer of music you provide before the hourly news (a lady is singing).
    Thank you!

    Zoltan

    1. Hello Zoltan, and welcome to Radio Newark! We’re glad you found us, too.

      We always have a few minutes of meditation music just before the Time Tick at the top of the hour. The music is there to remind us of God, of others, and ourselves — to take a minute and slow down from the fast pace, remember who we are in the world, and to reconnect with the Spirit.

      The vocal group you are referring to is probably Shindhu. I love the peace their music brings. The words and music were written by the great spiritual musician Sri Chinmoy. His songs often have a universal appeal, so he has found a home with our global audience on Radio Newark.

      Thank you again for your kind note, Zoltan!

      Steve

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