- Go to Settings in the search field, and type in the word “Extensions.”
- Choose a default app for each type of file.
- Scroll down the alphabetical list to .m3u extension and click on the right columns (it may say “Groove Music.”) Choose Windows Media Player.
When you click the “Listen Live” links, a .m3u file will download. Right click on the downloaded file and click “always open files of this type” and choose a preferred media player as your default program.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires AM stations are required to power down in the evening. In Seattle, for example, we switch from 5,000 daytime watts to 440 at dusk. FM stations, on the other hand, provide the same coverage day and night.
Sacred Heart Radio is a 501(c)(3) corporation. We are not owned by any diocese or any parish. We are an independent entity. We are affiliated with EWTN, but not owned by them. Our support comes from listeners.
CCradio by Crane is a very good radio for AM/FM reception. Another less expensive radio option is to do an internet search for an older GE SuperRadio III.
You can become a Radio Ambassador. Our goal is to have an Ambassador in each parish. After getting the pastor’s okay, this person will supply the parish with current schedules, bumper stickers, and pens. Contact email@example.com to find out more!
Thank you for asking! We have twice-yearly “Sharathons” when we ask our listeners to call in and make a donation. Many of them choose to make a monthly donation for 12 months, which helps us to budget wisely.
You can also donate a vehicle to us by calling (866) 628-2277.
Another way to help is by doing your regular online shopping at www.Smile.Amazon.com and choosing Sacred Heart Radio, Incorporated in Redmond, WA as your charity.
With all or our stations combined, we can reach approximately 4 million people! Please pray for many new listeners to tune in each day and discover the beauty of Catholicism.
Call the station directly at 1-800-949-1050 or complete the form below and we’ll be glad to keep your intentions in our prayers.