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Audio Problems

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Are you having a problem with radio reception or streaming? Send a message to audioproblems@aspenpublicradio.org. Please include as many details as possible, including where and how you are listening. Please also include contact information so we can reach you if we have additional questions. Issues that we are already aware of are below.

6/27/2022: 90.9 in Snowmass Village is silent. We have notified the Pitkin County engineer and hope this will be fixed soon.

6/10/2022: We have found what we believe is the source of the problems we have been experiencing with 89.3 in Glenwood Springs and audio is back to normal. We are sending a piece of equipment off for repair that we expect will be a permanent fix. Thanks again for your patience.

6/6/2022: We are aware of significant and persistent problems with buzz in the audio on 89.3 in Glenwood Springs. We are continuing to investigate the issue and hope to have it fixed soon. Please try listening at 88.9 in Glenwood Springs or to our stream at aspenpublicradio.org. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

4/29/2022: Pitkin County, owners and operators of several of the translators that broadcast Aspen Public Radio, have changed the programming on 89.7 serving Woody Creek. Listeners to 89.7 should be able to receive Aspen Public Radio on 89.3, which has a larger and stronger signal in that area. If you need help or have any reception questions, please email audioproblems@aspenpublicradio.org or call us at 970-920-9000. Thanks for listening!