How To Listen

 There are lots of ways to listen.  Apart from being the most popular sci-fi station on the planet, Krypton Radio is also the most technologically connected science fiction radio station in the entire world.

Krypton Radio on Phones and Tablets

Android phones & tablets
iPhone, iPad & iPod
& Blackberry 10!
Windows Phones

More Ways to Listen

TuneIn for
Windows Phone

Listen using iTunes

Listen using Winamp

Listen using
Windows Media Player
Listen using Quicktime

Search for us under
“science fiction”!

How to Access the Krypton Radio Stream

Krypton Radio has just one stream. We tried different formats, but this seems to just work the best for everybody:

How To Listen Using iTunes

Try using iTunes on Windows or OSX and press CTRL-U or Command-U and enter the stream address directly, or look us up under  Internet->Eclectic. 

How To Listen Using Linux

On Linux, use XMMS, Amarok or other stream players and enter the above stream address.

How to Listen in Second Life, SpotOn3D, InWorldz, or OpenSim

Open the “About Land” dialog for your parcel and enter the stream URL shown above into the Sound tab in the “Music URL” field.  You’ll need to do this for every parcel you own, as each parcel has its own separate setting.

You Can Also Find Us On These Fine Services:

Did You Know That The Event Horizon Can Also Be Heard As A Podcast?

Our flagship radio show The Event Horizon is listed on both iTunes and Stitcher along with the Krypton Radio stream on both of these services!  Go look for it, and you’ll find it.

However you choose to listen, Krypton Radio is your best choice for fan-oriented radio. We’re glad you’re a part of the Krypton Radio family, and we hope you enjoy the station.

— Gene Turnbow, founder and station manager


  1. just found you guys on iTunes and i screamed like a little girl!!!

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  3. Wish, I wish I could find you on Dish! (That would ROCK!)

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