Ways To Listen

All The Ways To Listen

Thanks to constantly-emerging technology, there are so many ways to listen to Red 103.1. Below are a list of all the ways we’re aware of, but if there is a technology you’re using that isn’t on this list please let us know.

Ways To Listen

FM Radio: No surprise! 103.1 FM on any FM radio in the local Redding, Anderson and Shasta Lake area.

Ways To Listen

Google Home: Say, “Play Red 103.1 FM on TuneIn.”

Sonos Smart Speaker: Sonos can be linked to your Amazon Alexa app, or you can find using the Sonos app. In TuneIn, search for Red 103.1 FM.

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Internet Stream: Click the play button (triangle) at the bottom of your screen.

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Apple HomePod: With your iPhone and HomePod connected to the same WiFi network, access the Red stream in your mobile web browser at www.red1031.com, or by using the Red 103.1 App.

Any Bluetooth Speaker: If you have your mobile device connected via Bluetooth to a Bluetooth speaker, then you can simply get our stream by either touching “Listen Live” at www.red1031.com, or within the Red 103.1 App … whichever you prefer.

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Amazon Echo (“Alexa”): Yes, there is a Red 103.1 skill for Alexa. Get that info here.

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Smart TVs: All of the major Smart TV operating systems have the TuneIn app available. Install the TuneIn app on your Smart TV, then search for Red 103.1 FM.

Roku: Install the TuneIn app on your Roku, then search for Red 103.1 FM.

Xbox One: Install the TuneIn app on your Xbox One, then search for Red 103.1 FM.

Ways To Listen

Smartphones & Tablets: We have apps for iPhone (iOS) and Android where you can listen to our stream from mobile devices. This is the most feature-rich experience of all the other streaming technology listed on this page.

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