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Yep. Our entire playlist for today and everyday. A look at our Z-Log tells it all. Search songs and artists. Cool.
See our entire schedule in the Z-Program Grid.
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The KZRO-FM transmission site sits at the 5,000' level of Mt. Shasta, blasting our Classic music signal with this SWR-6-Bay antennaOur NEWS STORY PAGE offers a quick news fix, a place to find out what's going on NOW. Two scrolling tickers deliver up to the minute news stories plus top ten stories, stock ticker, click here to check it out.Rear shot of our Northern California studios, featuring our communications transmit and receive antennas.

PROGRAMMING
Weekdays
Saturday Shows
Sunday Shows


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What's the weather doing in Northern California? Click here for the Z-Weather page for sat pix, loops, radar, forecasts and the meteorologist discussion.
Weather Page


Z-MUSIC

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Top 100 Artists
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STATION STUFF
Engineer Bob-O-Dee Hanson

Z-Photo Gallery

Z Studio A

Z Studio B

Just what you'd expect... lots of pix of lots of people, studio pics, remote broadcast pix, outside the station pix, kid pix, transmitter tower pix... pix pix pix. Marsha Marsha Marsha.

Sometimes getting a good FM signal in the mountains is tricky. Click here for tips and tricks to make your radio work better and your music sound sweeter!

Local Area
Local Weather Page
KZRO-FM Signal
KZRO Contour Map
Production Studio
Station Q/A
Contact Info
FCC Letters
Link to Z-Banners

ADVERTISING

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on the radio!


Z-PROGRAM LINKS
R/R and Remember
The Beatle Years
House of Blues
Blues Deluxe
The Classics
RocknRoll Rewind
Goddard's Gold
Hot Rod Radio
Off the Record
American Hit List
The Car Show
Contact Radio

Own a business? If you're local or far away, click here for info on how to get YOURS visible on our radio and web signals at a great rate.

CLICK TOWER FOR OUR CONTOUR MAP. The KZRO-FM transmitter site is located at the 5,000' level of Mt.Shasta, utilizing a SWR-6 bay Circularlly Polarized antenna with 12,500 watts of butt-kicking Classic power, allowing us to cover over 194,000 persons and 24,000 square miles

Had a great time at the Steppenwolf concert and we've got the pix shot backstage at the Sisq. Golden Fair.

Use the search tool that that we use to get in depth info on your favorite artists. Info, reviews, pictures and more..

Live streaming video road cams from all over California

LOCAL AREA
ROAD CAMS
Abrams Lake Rd.
Central Dunsmuir
Snowman Hill
North Weed
Weed Airport
Walters Road
Grass Lake
Hilt Sandhouse
Mt.Hebron
Oregon Mt. Summit
Fawndale Rd/Rdg.
Lake Blvd/Rdg.
S.Bonnyview/Rdg.
Riverside Dr/Rdg.
Deschutes Rd/Rdg.
Red Bluff Cam


Oregon LIVE Road Cams at the Siskiyou Summit and more

SKI PARK INFO
conditions
Mount Shasta
Mount Ashland
Mount Bachelor

ski park cams

Mount Shasta
Mount Bachelor



The Z-Channel Webfeed Info Page
About Our WebCast

Welcome to our LIVE RADIO
feed (in stereo) on the net.

NEW!! MPEG-4 aacPlus Feed
 Get ready to experience a new and better sounding way to listen to the Z-Channel on
the web. We've installed our newest streaming server, offering you a choice to our
Windows Media stream. To listen, you'll need a recent version of the Winamp
player. Initially, we'll be offering aacPlus as service as a free stream only..

Get free Winamp player here..
Get FREE Winamp to listen to aacPlus for Windows


 Get free VLC player for Mac/Linux/Windows here.
Get FREE VLC to listen to aacPlus for Mac/Linux/Windows

accPlus
Read more about this great technology here

Note to Windows Media Player Users
 During Winamp install, the program will ask you what type of files you would
like it to play. If you use Windows Media video files, make sure to unselect those
file types. You can do this after install as well. See list of file types here.

FREE Windows Media player is available below.

WHICH LIVE LINK SHOULD YOU USE?
Here's various options to hear our signal.

Listen NOW on our FREE aacPlus Stream.
On dialup? Use
MP4 above...

Listen NOW to our FREE Windows Media Feed.
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Being Blocked At The Office? Try Our MMS Feed.
Listen NOW: http (ASX LINK)

Listen: Netscape (WMA LINK)
Listen: via mms (MMS LINK)

Listen:Web Page Player I
Listen: Web Page Player II
Listen: Web Page Player III

Listen: PRIORITY (SUBSCRIBER LINK)

Currently, there are various protocols you can use to listen. Which to use?
We prefer you use the ASX link (we can update this link with text messages)
but if you have trouble for some reason, try the other methods we offer.

Microsoft MMS / Microsoft Media Server protocol:
Streaming protocol used
by the Microsoft Media Server.
MMS is used to access unicast content from a
Windows Media Server to a Windows Media Player.
We are told this protocol is
more robust than the http link, but does not work for everyone.

HTTP:
Protocol used by internet browsers and web servers.
Typically a web server uses
the TCP port 80. This link should work for most listeners and has the added benefit of
making it through firewalls. If you have low memory issues, try one of the
players that launch on your webpage.

Hi-Speed Dialup:
For those of you using a data compression Hi-Speed boost
such as Slipstream or NetZero and having problems launching the player:
In player, goto Tools/Options/Network.. highlight HTTP protocol,
Configure, then Autodetect Proxy Settings and try again.

WINDOWS MEDIA AUDIO CONTROLS:
 Don't use the WOW effect, as it's best used for low quality mono signals.
Using this with the Z-Feed will just kill the stereo imagery we produce from
the studio... but experiment and see what sounds best for you. 

BUFFERING PROBLEMS?
Our current feed requires a 56k modem connection or better....

How do you know if you have enough bandwidth to listen?
Just bring up your Windows Media Player and click on view/statistics.
This will bring up a window that tells you everything you need to know, i.e.,
your current bandwidth available, bandwidth in use, packets received, packets
recovered and packets lost. The Z100fm stream is encoding at 32kbs,
which is just about what you'll need.

HOW IT WORKS
What you hear is coming directly out of our FM processor that feeds our air signal,
and fed straight to our streaming servers in Chicago, IL for distribution.

Z-Engineer Rob "Bob-O-Dee" Hanson working on our streaming computers

send comments and streaming questions to:


Dennis Michaels
 

KZRO-FM / General Manager

 

 

 

Big Tree Communications 2014