Thanks for tuning into Carl in the Morning. We are back on the air!
So far, there have been some technical questions popping up. We’re calling them Frequently Asked Questions. Clever right?
If you have a question that does not appear here, please send us a message at email@example.com
Thanks and happy listening!
Q: How do I listen to Carl in the Morning live on my computer?
A: You can click the Carl in the Morning link on the top right of the home page. Or go to www.carlwolfson.com/live
There you will find a blue media player which streams live shows (7-9am PT) and queues all the shows for the past week.
Q: How do I listen to Carl in the Morning live on my mobile device?
A: There is a large iPhone icon at CarlWolfson.com. Click it. The link will take you to our Blog Talk Radio page which has mobile capabilities.
You’ll see the Carl in the Morning microphone icon in a media player. You can play the show right there – live or on demand.
Q: Where can I find the Carl in the Morning podcast?
A: At www.CarlWolfson.com/live
Q: How do I call Carl and give him a piece of my mind?
A: Call 877-CARL-066 during show time (7-9am, PT). You can listen anytime at CarlWolfson.com/live
Q: When I try to listen to the show, why does my browser crash?
A. Make sure your browser and Flash software is updated. Flash is the driver for our audio player. If you continue to experience this problem, try a different browser. Try using Google Chrome.
Q: I can’t seem to find Carl in the Morning on my internet or satellite radio. What gives?
A: Internet radio can be a vague term. There are also satellite radios, stations, and subscriptions and a variety of devices out there.
What we are doing is part and parcel to this variety. We are streaming our show live via CarlWolfson.com and Blog Talk Radio.
If you have a radio or other device that can use either of these, great! If you are uncertain, please contact the manufacturer of your device. It may be that you can stream the show or download the podcast with your internet radio. There are just too many for us to troubleshoot.
Q: What is the difference between RSS / streaming / live / archived / on demand / podcast?
A: As a listener, you should find the one that works best for you. We have set up this site for both live and archived listening. Although we prefer to have you join us live, here are some basics on the terms:
A podcast is a free subscription service from iTunes. This allows you to download a show daily and listen to it anytime.
“On demand” and “archived” are terms used for listening anytime. A podcast can be both archived and on demand.
RSS is a data feed that websites or people use to syndicate the show. Usually this means having the show appear on another website.
“Streaming” and “live” are interchangeable. As in, Carl’s live show streams to you via the media player at www.CarlWolfson.com/live
Q: It’s still not working…
A. When all else fails, you may try listening at Blog Talk Radio directly:
Q: It’s still not working…
A: The kind folks at Blog Talk Radio have offered their help. Please feel free to contact them at http://www.blogtalkradio.
We’re also here to help @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for listening!