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ATTENTION: The internet streams listed on this page will be retired as of September 16th, 2013.  Please go to krcc.org/stream-krcc and connect to our new streams.

 

KRCC broadcasts three different streams, one for each channel of content. The main channel that you hear on the radio is called HD1, the other channels are called HD2 and HD3.

Note: Our streaming options and URLs have changed.

MP3 Streaming Audio: FM/HD1: 128k | 40k | HD2: 112k | HD3-The Sounds of Colorado College : 112k


Windows Links: FM/HD1: 128k | 40k | HD2: 112k | HD3: 112k


Pop-Up Players: FM/HD1: 128k | 40k | HD2: 112k | HD3: 112k

Mobile HD1: 128k

Port 80 Link HD1: 128k

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