WCPE on the Internet





Listen on the Internet

WCPE streams audio over the Internet 24 hours a day in MP3, Ogg Vorbis, & Windows Media!


UPDATE:

( 01/12/15 ) 9:52AM EST - Our Windows Media Stream is back up and running normally. Please report any difficulties you might have to the email below. Thanks for supporting Great Classical Music here at WCPE!

( 01/12/15 ) 7:43AM EST - Our Windows Media Stream is currently down. We are working on the server and it should be up and running approximately 10AM EST. Check back here for more information.

( 11/16/14 ) 9:03PM EST - Our MP3 Stream suffered a brief outage tonight. The problem has been fixed and normal service has been established.

( 10/21/14 ) 2:32PM EST - Time-Warner has re-established connectivity in Wake Forest. Our Primary Windows Media feed is back up and running.

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Thank you for supporting Great Classical Music here at WCPE!


MP3:

Listen:
Click here to listen to WCPE's MP3 stream *
MP3

MP3

 

Need help?

What you need:
Choose this stream if you connect to the internet with a cable modem or better, and you have an MP3 player installed on your computer.
MP3 Provider:
Ibiblio
Download the free player:
Recommended MP3 players include:
  • For Windows: WinAmp or Real Player.
  • For Mac: Real Player or iTunes.

    * Linux & Unix users, copy & paste this URL:
    http://audio-mp3.ibiblio.org:8000/wcpe.mp3


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    Ogg Vorbis:

    Listen:
    Click here to listen to WCPE's Ogg Vorbis stream *
    Ogg Vorbis

    Ogg Vorbis

     

    What is Ogg Vorbis?

    Need help?

    What you need:
    Choose this stream if you connect to the internet with a cable modem or better, and you have an Ogg Vorbis player installed on your computer.
    Ogg Vorbis Provider:
    Ibiblio
    Download the free player:
    Recommended Ogg Vorbis players include:
  • For Linux: XMMS.
  • For Windows: WinAmp
  • For Mac: Audion.
  • Click here for a list of Ogg Vorbis players for other operating systems.

    * If a file begins to download (rather than a stream beginning to play) that means your browser doesn't recognize the '.m3u' suffix. Simply copy & paste this URL into an Ogg-friendly media player:
    http://audio-ogg.ibiblio.org:8000/wcpe.ogg.m3u


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    Windows Media:

    Listen:
    Please click here to listen to WCPE's Windows Media stream
    Windows Media

    Windows Media


    What you need:
    Choose this stream if you connect to the internet with a cable modem or better, and you have a Windows Media player installed on your computer.
     
    Download the free player:
    Windows Media Player