VESTAL, NY (WSKG) – Online radio offers listeners limitless choices, but it can be a difficult path to navigate. So much of it depends on the maker of your smart phone and your ALEXA smart speaker. Another variable is your online subscriptions. And there can be huge differences between apps meant to perform the same functions.
So, WSKG Radio has created a convenient starting point for folks seeking their favorite public radio programs. By the way, these programs are free of subscriptions, fees and commercials.
All our digital content can be found at YourPublicRadio.ORG. Go there and with a click or two, you can access podcasts created by the WSKG newsroom. Among the podcasts are current newscasts, in-depth stories, and arts interviews.
Our newest digital features are music streams from the WSKG Music Library. While we plan to expand the list, currently you can find Nocturne A2Z, Bachanalia A2Z, Pops A2Z, Concert A2Z, Beethoven A2Z, Choral A2Z and New World A2Z. Plus, there are our WSKG radio and WSKG Classical streams. Our latest addition is New Standards from WNYC, with contemporary tunes based on the Great American Songbook.
From YourPublicRadio.ORG, you can explore our program offerings on other platforms, such as the WSKG app, the NPR ONE app, TuneIn, the WSKG ALEXA skill, and other smart speakers. They include the smart speakers now built into the dashboards of brand new cars.
Digital, online radio can indeed be complicated, but it also allows you to become your own curator and can help you find kinds of public radio you desire. YourPublicRadio is meant to make that path just a bit smoother.