Alpha Geek Radio is creating More ways for you to get your favorite live shows!
36

patrons

$109
per month
Building a network to make it easy for your favorite live streaming hosts to easily broadcast on ALL THE THINGS!



Roku:
You can find the Alpha Geek Radio audio player for Roku by searching the Channel Store on your Roku device, or by clicking HERE.
The TuneIn App supports a wide range of smartphones (iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry), tablets (iOS, Android), TVs, and Internet Radio appliances. To find the app for your device, click HERE. Once loaded, use the search tool in the App to find "Alpha Geek Radio".
Apple TV (Audio): From the Home screen, navigate to "Radio" (NOT "iTunes Radio"). You will find all of the Alpha Geek channels listed alphabetically under the "News/Talk" section.
Xbox One: Install the TuneIn App from the Xbox App store on your game console. Using the app, search for "Alpha Geek Radio" to find the channel you wish to listen to.
Amazon Kindle: Obtain the TuneIn App HERE. Using the app, search for "Alpha Geek Radio" to find the channel you wish to listen to.

Amazon Fire TV: From the Home screen, open the TuneIn app. Using the app, search for "Alpha Geek Radio" to find the channel you wish to listen to.

Google Chromecast: The TuneInfully supports Chromecast. In the app, tap the Chromecast icon in the upper-right corner, then select the Chromecast device you wish to stream through.

Playstation 3: You can download the TuneIn listening app for PS3 from the Playstation Store. More information is available HERE. NOTE: The PS3 TuneIn app will only accept input from controller #1.


Playstation Vita: You can download the TuneIn listening app for PSVita from the Playstation Store. More information is available HERE.


Sonos: From any of your Sonos Controllers, navigate to the music menu and select Radio. From here you can search for the network channels under "Alpha Geek Radio". More information is available HERE.


Mobile Browsers: Use your smartphone or tablet mobile web browser to open http://mobile.alphageekradio.com or http://mobile.alphageekvideo.com. Web-based players for all channels are available there.


Desktop Computer


  • Main site: Using your favorite web browser, open http://www.alphageekradio.com. Players for all of the channels are listed along the top of the page. Click on the graphic of the channel you wish to listen to to open the pop-out player.
  • SHOUTcast site: Listen via the SHOUTcast.com site. Click HERE to open the site. Search for "Alpha Geek Radio" to open their web-based audio players for our channels.
  • Apple iTunes: From the navigation buttons in the upper-left corner of iTunes, choose Internet Radio (you may need to hover your mouse over the three dots at the end of the row of icons to display additional icons).You will find all of the Alpha Geek channels listed alphabetically under the "News/Talk" section.


Thanks to the recent upgrades that you allowed us to put in place, our roster of mobile simulcast shows is larger than ever, and still growing!







Goals
$109 of $675 per month
This level of funding will allow the station to be fully self-sufficient (excluding my labor). All monthly recurring expenses would be covered by broadcasters and listeners at this tier.
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Building a network to make it easy for your favorite live streaming hosts to easily broadcast on ALL THE THINGS!



Roku:
You can find the Alpha Geek Radio audio player for Roku by searching the Channel Store on your Roku device, or by clicking HERE.
The TuneIn App supports a wide range of smartphones (iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry), tablets (iOS, Android), TVs, and Internet Radio appliances. To find the app for your device, click HERE. Once loaded, use the search tool in the App to find "Alpha Geek Radio".
Apple TV (Audio): From the Home screen, navigate to "Radio" (NOT "iTunes Radio"). You will find all of the Alpha Geek channels listed alphabetically under the "News/Talk" section.
Xbox One: Install the TuneIn App from the Xbox App store on your game console. Using the app, search for "Alpha Geek Radio" to find the channel you wish to listen to.
Amazon Kindle: Obtain the TuneIn App HERE. Using the app, search for "Alpha Geek Radio" to find the channel you wish to listen to.

Amazon Fire TV: From the Home screen, open the TuneIn app. Using the app, search for "Alpha Geek Radio" to find the channel you wish to listen to.

Google Chromecast: The TuneInfully supports Chromecast. In the app, tap the Chromecast icon in the upper-right corner, then select the Chromecast device you wish to stream through.

Playstation 3: You can download the TuneIn listening app for PS3 from the Playstation Store. More information is available HERE. NOTE: The PS3 TuneIn app will only accept input from controller #1.


Playstation Vita: You can download the TuneIn listening app for PSVita from the Playstation Store. More information is available HERE.


Sonos: From any of your Sonos Controllers, navigate to the music menu and select Radio. From here you can search for the network channels under "Alpha Geek Radio". More information is available HERE.


Mobile Browsers: Use your smartphone or tablet mobile web browser to open http://mobile.alphageekradio.com or http://mobile.alphageekvideo.com. Web-based players for all channels are available there.


Desktop Computer


  • Main site: Using your favorite web browser, open http://www.alphageekradio.com. Players for all of the channels are listed along the top of the page. Click on the graphic of the channel you wish to listen to to open the pop-out player.
  • SHOUTcast site: Listen via the SHOUTcast.com site. Click HERE to open the site. Search for "Alpha Geek Radio" to open their web-based audio players for our channels.
  • Apple iTunes: From the navigation buttons in the upper-left corner of iTunes, choose Internet Radio (you may need to hover your mouse over the three dots at the end of the row of icons to display additional icons).You will find all of the Alpha Geek channels listed alphabetically under the "News/Talk" section.


Thanks to the recent upgrades that you allowed us to put in place, our roster of mobile simulcast shows is larger than ever, and still growing!







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