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MP3 & Changing Your Default Media Player

This guide was created to help you listen to our MP3 radio streams within your chosen operating systems (Windows/Mac) and broswer (Internet Explorer, Safari, etc). We have found our MP3 radio streams to be the most reliable choice to listen to WFSU online.

Before You Begin
Before you go through any of the following guides to change your media player:

  • Please ensure that the media player of your choice is installed on your computer (for example: iTunes, Quicktime Player, or Windows Media Player).
  • Please note that these tutorials were written using current versions of the software as of March 2012.
Windows Operating System by Browser

Google Chrome
To change your default media player, you will have to install the proper plug-in. Please visit the Google Chrome Webstore from your browser to find the plug-in you need and follow the directions given.

Mozilla Firefox
View step-by-step instructions on how to change your media player. This guide uses Firefox 10.0.2. The images were taken in a Mac OSX environment. Refer to this ehow guide if you still have trouble.

If you prefer to use add-ons to view/listen to media in Firefox, please go to the Mozilla Firefox Add-ons page to install the add-on of your choice.

automatically associating mp3 files within the Windows operating System
View step-by-step instructions on how to change your default media player file type association. The images in this guide feature Windows 7. If you are using an older version, keep in mind that your graphics may be different, but chances are the textual steps are valid.

Macintosh OSX by Browser

Google Chrome
To change your default media player, you will have to install the proper plug-in. Please visit the Google Chrome Webstore from your browser to find the plug-in you need and follow the directions given.

Mozilla Firefox
View step-by-step instructions on how to change your media player. This guide uses Firefox 10.0.2. The images were taken in a Mac OSX environment. If you are using a different operating system, Firefox may appear different.

If you prefer to use add-ons to view/listen to media in Firefox, please go to the Mozilla Firefox Add-ons page to install the add-on of your choice.

automatically associating mp3 files within Mac OS X
View step-by-step instructions on how to change your default media player file type association. The images in this guide feature Mac OS 10.6.

Additional Outside Resources

Windows Support >
Internet Explorer Support >
Apple Support >
Safari Support >
Google Chrome Support >
Mozilla Firefox Support >
How to Change the Default Media Player in Internet Explorer >
How to Change the Default Media Player in Firefox >