What Happened to LDS Radio?
LDS Radio is BYU Radio. The programming from the former was generally left intact, but enhanced with the addition of new BYU Broadcasting programs such as live Education Week broadcasts, BYU Cougar Sports, and much more.
How Do I Listen On My Computer?
BYU Radio is streamed via Microsoft Windows Media Player. If your computer is using Windows, then you more than likely have a compatible player. To get the most out of the BYU Radio signal, though, we suggest downloading their latest version. There is also a version available for Macintosh computers as well. Once installed, clicking on the link on the icons in the "Tune in Now" area will get you the sound you're looking for.
Where else can I get BYU Radio besides my computer?
BYU Radio is also available via Dish Network on channel 980. It is part of the music selection channels included in package "America's Top 100" or above - see www.dishnetwork.com for more information on ordering or upgrading. (NOTE: "America's Top 100" and above are premium channel packages. The basic services "America's Top 50" does not include BYU Radio.)
How do I contact BYU Radio, if I have more questions?
You can contact us with the information contained on the contact page. You can email, mail or call us. We will answer your questions as quickly as possible.
Is there a program guide available?
Currently, the programming schedule is available online. Check the schedule page to see what's playing now.
What about BYU sports?
BYU Radio will be carrying broadcasts of BYU Sporting events like Football, Basketball and other broadcast sports.
How can I find a talk I heard on BYU Radio?
BYU Broadcasting has an online Find a Talk database. This archive allows you to search for video, audio, and transcripts of select talks.