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FAQ

1. Where can I listen to the Shows?

2. How do I download and move my MP3 files to my favorite device?

3. Are there any Copyright restrictions on my MP3 files?

 

Where can I listen to the Shows?

Our Radio Station Affiliates are listed here. Please check the list for a Radio Affiliate Station in your area. Many of our Radio Station Affiliates also have a "Live Internet Stream" where you can listen over the internet. We also feature our most recent shows on our Home Page, at the bottom of the page. We also have a Youtube Channel, where we feature shows and excerpts from shows.

How do I download and move my MP3 files to my favorite device?

When your purchase MP3 download files, you will be given the opportunity to download your files from two locations.

1.) On the "Order Completion" page, that you are redirected to after you complete your order, the download links are displayed on the right side of the page. Please download your files from this page right away, because the page will expire after 20 minutes.

2.) Account Order History Page - You can get your files from your Order History page, in your Account, for up to 2 weeks, or 10 downloads of the file, whichever comes first. Login to your account, go to "Order History" and click the link on the order you wish to view. Your download links will be available on the Order Detail page.

ZIP FILES

All our MP3 files are saved in ZIP file format for easy transport and downloading. You must "UNZIP" the files you download, to get the MP3 files. All modern computers and devices have this capability. It is generally done by "right-clicking" the file and choosing the "Extract All" command or similar, depending on your device. If working with ZIP files is unfamiliar to you, go to youtube.com and watch a video about working with ZIP files. Once you have "unzipped" the file(s) and saved the MP3 file(s) to the location of your choice, you can move them to your device or player.

EXE FILES

We have a few older ZIP files that have the *.exe extension, instead of the *.zip extension. These are also ZIP files, but they are "Self-Extracting" ZIP files, which will automatically unzip when you double click them, on a Windows operating system. They do not automatically unzip on Apple or Android devices and some Apple and Android devices do not recognize the *.exe extension as a ZIP file. If you are using an Apple or Android device and you download a ZIP file with the *.exe extension and your Apple or Android device doesn't know how to open the file, the easiest solution is to rename the file with a ZIP extension, then your Apple or Android device will recognize the file as a ZIP file and unzip it. Example: 'filename.exe' rename to 'filename.zip.'

WINDOWS DEVICES - Recent MS Windows operating systems have the ZIP application built in. You can extract both *.zip and *.exe files by double clicking on them.

APPLE DEVICES - Recent Apple OS have a ZIP program built in. Use your ZIP program to unzip the file(s). Many Apple devices do not recognize the *.exe extension as a ZIP file. If you have this problem, try renaming the file with the *.zip extension, as in this example: 'filename.exe' rename to 'filename.zip' then your Apple device will recognize the file type as a ZIP file and open it. Some ZIP programs work better than others at extracting renamed *.exe files. You may want to test a few and find what works for you.

ANDROID DEVICES - There are many ZIP apps availalbe for Android devices. Many Android devices do not recognize the *.exe extension as a ZIP file. If you have this problem, try renaming the file with the *.zip extension, as in this example: 'filename.exe' rename to 'filename.zip,' then your Android device will recognize the file type as a ZIP file and open it. Some ZIP apps work better than others at extracting renamed *.exe file(s). Recommended APP is AndroZIP. You can rename the file extension and unzip it using AndroZIP on an Android device. Follow these instructions. Locate the file on your Android device, long click the file to bring up the menu and select "rename." Rename the file with a *.ZIP extension, then short click the file to bring up the ZIP commands menu. IMPORTANT! Select "View Archive (NOT 'Extract file here' or 'Extract to,' they will throw an error). When the View Archive windows opens, select the MP3 file(s) and then click Extract. The MP3 file(s) will extract perfectly. Now you can click to play the MP3 file(s).

NOTE: Not all ZIP programs are created equal. Some ZIP programs will throw an error when you try to extract a renamed self-extracting ZIP file, The stock Android ZIP program and ES Explorer will not unzip a renamed self-extracting ZIP file. Please try the recommended program AndroZIP, if you have problems with it.

Are there any Copyright restrictions on my MP3 files?

All our shows are copyrighted intellectual property. The files you purchase are yours to enjoy and listen to. You can listen with friends, family and anybody within your presence. You can not make copies of the files and give them away to others, that is piracy. File piracy is a real problem for us and we ask that you respect our hard work and rights and do not make copies of our files and distribute them.