When I clicked Listen Online there, it plays in Windows Media Player. You can get the Windows player for Mac from Microsoft.<br><br>Why it used iTunes before, for you, I've no idea. Actually, it streams well on a dial-up connection too.<br><br>
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I couldn't play other things on the net too.<br><br>It use to stream through iTunes, but now insists on opening WMP after Safari passes the stream to another program.<br><br>It won't even download now. It use to download, and go to iTunes.<br><br><br><br>Je Me Souviens
Like I said, they must have changed formats. The server is delivering a MIME type unique to Windows Media Player—meaning, they may have but are no longer using an open or accepted standard (like streaming MP3) that multiple players (including iTunes or your QuickTime plugin) could open and play.<br><br>Out of curiosity, try this (it should either play in your browser or open in iTunes):<br><br>KFJC streaming audio<br><br>If that plays in iTunes, there is nothing wrong with your settings. If it doesn't, then you've got something set wrong. Either way, the site you are asking about doesn't serve anything but Windows Media streaming content and you won't be able to open it in iTunes at all.<br><br>
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