How to listen to 92.9 WBPM over the web:
If you are on a PC, JUST CLICK THIS LINK : A window will open and WBPM will start playing.
If you want to listen on an internet connected device including your…
• cell phone – iPhone, Droid, Blackberry, etc.
• iPad or iTouch
• internet enabled radio – Roku Soundbridge, Sonos, etc.
you’ll need this link:
http://provisioning.streamtheworld.com/pls/WBPMFM.pls Copy to Clipboard
Our stream is encoded in the aacPlusv1 format for the best sound possible.
To listen, you’ll need an application that can decode aacPlus. Here are some suggestions.
your cell phone…
The preloaded Safari browser will already play our stream. Some other free apps include fStream and Streamer. There are also a variety of paid apps that will decode aacPlus. Once you are listening, make sure to save as a preset!
You’ll need an app. We like XiiaLive (paid) and A Online Radio (free.)
This is a little more challenging. At this writing there are no free apps available. Berrytunes 2.5 works well but will set you back $20 or so. There is a free option that doesn’t require an app – you can listen through your Blackberry’s browser by visiting YourMuze.fm. You have to create an account (free) then select stations (we’re there.) Then return with your Blackberry’s browser to listen.
As of the latest firmware updates, both platforms support aacPlus streams. Either create a preset using the above URL or search for us in their listings.
The latest versions of WinAmp and iTunes both support aacPlus. Again, use the above URL to listen (especially if you don’t want to have to come to our website everytime or you prefer to stream through WinAmp or iTunes.)
Another mobile solution is WunderRadio. This app has access to a huge range of streaming stations worldwide – including The Peak – but does have a nominal cost.
Before streaming on your internet connected device, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE AN UNLIMITED DATA PLAN. This could get very expensive if not.
Finally, if you search WBPM on your phone’s browser, you’ll come to our mobile website which will save you from having to key in the above streaming URL – its already there as a clickable/copyable link. We hope to have a comprehensive mobile app in place soon. It is in the development phase and we’ll post as soon as its done and tested.