We've recently changed the audio format for our live stream in order to improve the quality and to support more devices and services such as iHeartRadio.
Unfortunately, this means we can no longer support Internet Explorer for listening to our live stream as it does not support the new format. Please see our Streaming Guide for alternative ways to listen to our live stream on your computer, mobile or smart speaker devices.
Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause!
As well as listening to RTRFM on your radio, if you have an internet connection and suitable device, you can listen to our live stream online. It is broadcast 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This page highlights some of the ways you can listen to our live stream.
Note that streaming audio or video via the Internet using your phone can use up a lot of your data allowance, depending on your mobile plan. We recommend not streaming via your phone if your unsure if your plan has sufficient allowance to prevent any unexpected charges.
Using the “Listen” link on the top of each page of your website, you can listen to RTRFM on any modern browser. Current supported browsers are listed below:
On Android or IOS (iPhone, iPad) devices, you can use our app to listen to the live stream.
Using the TuneIn app/service, you can listen to the RTRFM stream on the following devices, amongst others:
For further information, please check the TuneIn website.
Our live stream is also playable directly by media player applications that can play network audio streams. The address of our stream is https://live.rtrfm.com.au/stream1. Our recommended audio player is the very popular VLC which is completely free and works on Windows, macOS and Linux. You can download it from the VideoLAN website at https://www.videolan.org. Please see the VLC guide for instructions to use VLC to play our live stream.