If you’ve been having trouble accessing Cladrite Radio of late, you’re not alone. Radionomy, our streaming provider, seems to be having some technical issues.
As we write this (6pm ET on Sunday, July 9), we’re able to access our station via the player embedded just above this post with Firefox and Internet Explorer, but not with Chrome or Opera. Yesterday, all four of those browsers worked.
Your best bet until all this is solved is probably to point any web browser to our page on the Radionomy site or to listen via the Internet Radio function in iTunes (we’re listed there under Jazz).
Also, the free Radionomy app available for iOS and Android seems to be working pretty consistently. We had to delete the app and add it again to our phone, but after we’d done that, our stream came through loud and clear.
What definitely isn’t working, as far as we can tell, are third-party apps and services like Nobex and Reciva (if you use any of these and would like to keep us updated as to whether they’re working or not, drop us a line).
We’re sorry for the confusion and inconvenience; we’ll continue to clue you in as we learn more.