Ways to Listen

No matter where you are or what device you use to listen to KTTI, we’ve got you covered with mobile apps, web streaming, smart speakers, HD radio and more:

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  • To listen to the KTTI live stream on Amazon devices, say “Hey Alexa, Play K-T-T-I FM”


  • To listen to the KTTI live stream on Google devices, say “Hey Google, Play K-T-T-I FM”


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Transmitters, Coverage, Reception, Etc.


Why do I sometimes lose reception even when I’m within your coverage area?

Within the coverage area, reception problems usually are due to obstructions such as hills and valleys in the landscape.

Seasonal weather patterns, atmospheric abnormalities, and sunspots, hills and valleys as well as man-made interference will affect radio reception. For a good discussion on how weather affects radio reception please see this Web page.


How can I improve my reception?

To improve reception inside a building, experiment by placing your radio and its antenna (usually the power cord) near a window.

Additionally, some retailers sell powered FM antennae that might be useful to you. A general rule of thumb is ‘the higher the antenna the better’. An external FM antenna may improve reception in those areas where the signal strength is weak.

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