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Radio Reading Service
The Nevada Public Radio - Radio Reading Service is a 24-hour-a-day broadcast service providing readings from a wide range of local and national newspapers, magazines and books for print-impaired residents of southern Nevada.
You can access the Radio Reading Service as a Windows Media stream. Contact Jay Bartos at email@example.com. Here is the schedule: Download PDF File.
The weekday readings of the Review-Journal are available as podcasts. Just paste the following link directly into your podcatcher: http://www.knpraudio.org/RRS.xml
Listen to News 88.9 KNPR on your iPhone and iPod Touch with the Public Radio Tuner iPhone application. News 88.9 KNPR and many other public radio stations are all available to stream on your iPhone or iPod Touch when you install the free Public Radio Tuner application from the iTunes App Store. Click here for details.
Broadcast Reception Problems
Nevada Public Radio has broadcast signals available from numerous transmitters throughout Nevada, Utah, Arizona and California. If you have a problem receiving the signal from one of those transmitters please send an email to Phil@KNPR.org or call 1-866-895-5677.
Some areas of the Las Vegas valley may have trouble receiving the signal from Classical 89.7. Depending on where you live, plus the type of radio and location of the radio in your residence, you may need an external antenna. Read more about What Affects FM Reception?