Michigan Radio: Mobile

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NPR MOBILE


News junkie, but can't always have your radio on? You can access NPR and Michigan Radio news headlines on the go via your cell phone or mobile web device. (Have an iPhone or iPod Touch? Then check out the new Michigan Radio iPhone App to listen live to Michigan Radio.)
  • Get Michigan Radio and NPR news on your phone
  • Hear the NPR Story of the Day
  • Play the Wait Wait, Don't Tell Me! Daily News Quiz
  • Search stories about Business, Health and Science, or Movies and Music
  • Listen to commentaries by Daniel Schorr, Frank Deford, and others
  • Find other NPR stations while traveling

Here's how it works:
You can access our online stream, hourly newscast, and new headlines on your phone here: http://m.npr.org/

When you're at that page, just follow these instructions:

  1. Click "Get local news" in the upper right-hand corner
  2. Search for "WUOM" (or "Ann Arbor, MI")
  3. Click "WUOM - 91.7 FM" on the list of results
  4. Click "Add to favorites" on the page that comes up, when you can see the Michigan Radio logo
  5. Choose one of the items in the list, including "Listen Online," "WUOM-FM News" (the hourly newscast), or one of our podcasts

The direct link to this page is http://m.npr.org/stations/show/WUOM


IPHONE APP

Michigan Radio has an iPhone app that you can download for free from the iTunes store. Listen to streaming audio of our live broadcast or view our program guide, podcast info, social media links, an alarm clock function, and more!
How to get it:

From your iPhone or iPod Touch:

  1. From your iPhone or iPod Touch, click the App Store icon.
  2. From the App Store, click the Search feature.
  3. Type "Michigan Radio" and click Search. The Michigan Radio app will appear in the search results.
  4. Click Michigan Radio. A description of the Michigan Radio app displays.
  5. Click the Free button. It changes to an Install button.
  6. Click the Install button.
  7. Wait for the Michigan Radio app to be installed.
  8. Click the Michigan Radio icon from the iPhone or iPod Touch Home screen and listen!

From the iTunes Store:

Click HERE for a direct iTunes link, or follow these directions.

  1. Go to the iTunes Store.
  2. Search for "Michigan Radio" and the Michigan Radio app will appear in the Applications section of the search results.
  3. Click the Get App button on the Michigan Radio application page.
  4. After the application is finished downloading to your computer, sync your iPhone or iPod touch with your iTunes account to add the Michigan Radio app to your iPhone.
  5. Click the Michigan Radio icon from the iPhone or iPod Touch Home screen and listen!


BLACKBERRY STREAMING

BlackBerry owners can stream Michigan Radio from their mobile device. You may need to download an mp3 player application. A list of players can be found at the Blackberry App World.

NPR on Blackberry
NPR Mobile provides access to NPR news from your mobile device at: http://m.npr.org/.

You can also access Michigan Radio's hourly newscast and news headlines.
From the NPR mobile page:

  1. Click "Stations" tab
  2. Search for "WUOM" (or "Ann Arbor, MI")
  3. Click "WUOM - 91.7 FM" on the list of results
  4. Click "Add to favorites"

The direct link to this page is http://m.npr.org/stations/show/WUOM
NPR also offers instructions for downloading a BlackBerry desktop icon to their Mobile Web page.


ANDROID APP

Michigan Radio now has a Google Android app that you can download for free. Listen to streaming audio of our live broadcast or view our program guide, top news stories, upcoming events, and more! How to get it:

From your Android SmartPhone:

1. From your phone, click the Android Market or Google Play App Store icon.
2. From the App Store, click the Search feature.
3. Type "Michigan Radio" and click Search.
4. The Michigan Radio app will appear in the search results.
5. Click Michigan Radio. A description of the Michigan Radio app displays.
6. Click the Install button.
7. Wait for the Michigan Radio app to be installed.
8. Click the Michigan Radio icon from your phone and listen!

Michigan Radio provides this information as a courtesy and cannot guarantee that software will work with your device.