Need to download a player? AVR is set up to figure out what player(s) you have, and will select whichever your system has designated as your "default" player. If you DON'T have any player, well you need to download one if you want to listen. Your basic choices:
 
    Real Player
    Windows Media Player
    Quick Time Player
    iTunes


Listening to Programs
To listen to current programs now, just click the button to the current program that indicates your preferred listening more--radio or podcast.

Radio listening means that you will listen right on your computer using a digital audio player that is already stored in your hard drive. If you don't yet have a player, you can get one for free or at a very low cost (see the links above if you need to get one).

Podcast listening allows you to "download" a program to your computer's hard drive, and then transfer it to an iPod or other MP3 player. Usually this means storing the podcast on the free iTunes software.

For general inquiries, comments, or to report technical problems, please e-mail AVR at:
artscene@artscenecal.com

Using the AVR archive
To listen to a previously broadcast AVR program please go to the archive page, where you will see each program with a roster of recent programs listed by date. Choose between Radio and Podcast buttons located in the right columns.

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