iPhone Streaming

iPhone streaming

See most recent apps for streaming the ticket post.

Spent a little time today with some apps for the iPhone to see if I could get anything actually streaming to the thing. Success and it is free.

1) Download the app “FStream“, clicking this will open iTunes link to app.

2) Once installed, press “favorites”, then press “edit”. Press the plus sign next to “Add new web radio”. Now look at the image to the left, the URL that you want to use is:





3) Press the save button, go to the apps home page and touch text that says “Sports Radio 1310 – The Ticket”, and BOOM!

Now you have access everywhere.


I, myself, checked this out today as well and am having no luck getting anything but a disconnected message. I will keep searching for a stream that will work.

In the meantime if anyone else finds an iPhone app to stream with, let’s hear about it.

DOUBLE UPDATE: Seems the good ol’ Ticket actually switched their streaming service. They are now streaming from Cumulus Streaming instead of StreamAudio. So just change the URL and you should be good to go!


And as Nick Burns, your company’s computer guy would say,



  1. JB
    December 26, 2008 23:33 Reply

    thank you!!!!

  2. Human, Internets
    December 27, 2008 04:44 Reply

    Hallelujah. Well, Santa-Jesus didn’t bring me an iPhone for Christmas, but if there ever was a reason to get one, this is it… well that and the ability to have a rotary dial replace the number touch-pad.

  3. I Like Steak
    December 28, 2008 01:46 Reply

    Nice!! Just got the ol’ iPhone and I’m app happy. This one caused me to ejaculate with Ticket goodness!

  4. ML
    December 29, 2008 20:19 Reply

    Moved to Hawaii 5 months ago. Miss the little Ticket in the car, as ESPN radio is all they have and it sucks. Was excited to see this. I did what you suggested to set up Fstream on my new 3G IPhone, but keep getting the Disconnected status on this app and I cannot listen to the ticket. Any suggestions?


  5. queerby
    December 30, 2008 17:58 Reply

    i entered all the info as stated. won’t connect. i’ve got full bars and internet connection.

    however, i’m on an unlocked/jailbroken iphone using t-mobile. could that be the problem?

  6. December 30, 2008 18:53 Reply

    For those of you that can’t get the FStream working, there is an alternate option that I use. They actually talked about it on the radio one day…it’s called “WunderRadio”.

    Click Here to open in iTunes.

    It’s from Wunderground.com.

    Here’s a good review.


    Pretty simple and I’ve never had connection issues. The one thing that might differ from between the two apps is WunderRadio costs $5.99. I think the FStream is free. Might try the free app first and use the paid if it doesn’t work.

  7. ML
    December 30, 2008 22:31 Reply

    Thanks!! FStream is working now with the new cumulus link.

  8. Matt
    January 05, 2009 22:32 Reply

    This information should be distributed company wide! I’ve been struggling to add my cluster of stations to my iPhone and this did the trick. Kudos!

  9. Jimmy
    January 06, 2009 20:39 Reply

    I just loaded it on my ITouch. It works excellent. Now I can go around the office firewall that does not allow Streaming audio and I also can;t pick it up on either station with my radio.


  10. Anthony
    January 07, 2009 15:17 Reply

    do you have to be connected to a wireless network, or will it work over the 3G Network? I can’t even get the play button to work at the top of the home Play page.

    • January 08, 2009 14:55 Reply

      Should work over either one, Wi-Fi or cellular. Also, keep an eye on the buffering progress, right below the stop button.

  11. January 24, 2009 23:14 Reply

    The record feature on this works perfectly, too!

  12. Colin
    February 12, 2009 16:55 Reply

    i didn’t want the hassle so i downloaded wunder radio and it works great.

  13. jef
    February 23, 2009 13:02 Reply

    many blesses.

  14. Manuel
    March 02, 2009 14:35 Reply

    Whats it mean when its using your cellular network? Is there any charges on this or is it just using your internet connection?

    • March 02, 2009 17:04 Reply

      I means it is using the EDGE network.
      So, yes, IF you are roaming you would be charged.

  15. Ryan
    May 09, 2009 10:46 Reply

    Hey, make sure in the settings to use the cellular network, otherwise it won’t stream outside of wifi.

  16. JLine
    June 22, 2009 22:38 Reply

    Does anyone have an idea how to get it to work on the G1? There is a StreamItAll app on the market but it doesnt seem to work when using either this or the direct link that the ticket has on their website,

  17. Joel
    June 27, 2009 13:57 Reply

    Thanks for posting this!

    I moved to Phoenix two weeks ago and the sports radio sucks out here!

  18. Heath
    July 22, 2009 15:48 Reply

    I just got the new iPhone and my only regret was not being able to listen to the little Ticket. Problem solved! Thanks!

  19. Douglas -P1.5
    August 11, 2009 14:27 Reply

    Thanks for the info on streaming The little Ticket! Compared to the crappy reception I get in the cube it sounds like HD radio!!!

  20. Christopher (Cali)
    August 18, 2009 13:25 Reply

    I love fStream, and sometimes record my favorite things, however I was wondering if any of you know how to get those recordings off of the iPhone? You can do other things if they play as mp3 files in iTunes, however if you run recordings out of fStream, you can do anything else on the iPhone.

  21. HardlineP1inSanDiego
    August 22, 2009 13:45 Reply

    Does it work on the itouch ipod?

    • August 27, 2009 11:20 Reply

      as long as you have wi-fi and the app, it should work on the itouch

  22. Shawn
    August 27, 2009 11:41 Reply

    Typical. The full mms stream link doesn’t display when this blog is viewed on an iPhone.

    • August 27, 2009 12:15 Reply

      thx for the heads up. also need to figure out how to play audio with iphone since they don’t let flash on iphones

  23. October 22, 2009 07:15 Reply

    May be old news but there plenty of radio apps. I use Wunder Radio and the Ticket is clear and perfect.

  24. Bob
    November 03, 2009 16:21 Reply

    @stevea Fstream = Free and Wunder Radio = $6.99

    • November 03, 2009 16:37 Reply

      That is correct @Bob …

      Another difference is:

      Fstream – if the feed url changes, which it has a couple of times, it’s up to you to figure it out. Also the connectivity is sometimes crappy. But it “IS” free.

      Wunder Radio – they do the maintenance and you don’t have to keep up with any of it. The connectivity is never a problem. But it “IS” a few bucks to buy.

      My suggestion is… if $6.99 isn’t that big of a deal to you, then get Wunder Radio. I’ve had it and have never had any problem with it. You can also setup many of other stations on it. If you are slightly hesitant in spending money on an app when you can get the other for free, then get FStream.

  25. James
    December 04, 2009 08:50 Reply

    You can also use this link to record the stream through Replay Music!

  26. lovetheticket
    December 05, 2009 17:16 Reply

    Doowanna Poopoo – thanks for the wunderadio suggetion. I could not get fstream working, so I downloaded the wunderadio app and I can FINALLY listen!!

  27. Kevin
    December 30, 2009 09:43 Reply

    It appears they switched the stream again. I finally got this to work on fstream:

  28. Cheap Bastard
    January 04, 2010 14:54 Reply

    Found a free app on the iPhone called AOL Radio. It doesn’t have the Ticket listed, but was wondering if anyone knows how I could add their info to get it to work.
    (I have fstream, but was looking for another source…just in case)

  29. Andrew
    January 26, 2010 15:53 Reply

    I just discovered an application in the Android Market that will play The Ticket on Android phones, (e.g. G1), called DroidCumulus. Seems to work well over 3G the little I’ve tried it.

  30. Weasel
    February 08, 2010 13:22 Reply

    I cant get that DroidCumulus to work. its says buffering for like a minute then just stops. i try over and over and it does the same thing. have tried on 2 different Android phones and both wifi and 3G. no luck, even with a solid 3G signal. 🙁

  31. February 22, 2010 09:53 Reply

    droidcumulus worked for one day, now 1310 the ticket is stuck on “buffering”!!!! phail!!! i need my ticket!!! help!

    using the htc hero, any alternatives to droidcumulus??

  32. Cal
    March 09, 2010 09:05 Reply

    Is there a way to still get phone calls while using the fstream app? My phone calls ring twice and then go straight to voice mail? Thanks!

  33. Q
    March 10, 2010 07:48 Reply

    Kevin’s post from 12/30 worked perfectly. Just type the entire email address into the URL section on fstream and BAM!!! Unlimited ticket. Thanks Kev.

  34. marc
    April 16, 2010 13:20 Reply

    to have this on your G1 there is a app called droid cumulus. i havent seen it in the market latley and its the only way i have found with droid

  35. CB
    April 22, 2010 13:16 Reply


    Kevin from 12-2009 was almost correct. Be sure to put “KTCK-AM” instead of “KTCK_AM”

  36. Luis
    May 27, 2010 19:23 Reply

    For all you android users, there is an app called radiolive which costs 2.99 that works great. The ticket is the first preset listed under sports and it works pretty well, even on the edge network.

  37. chainsawkitty
    May 29, 2010 10:06 Reply

    you are pure genius! i can do so much more work now.

  38. Anthony
    June 15, 2010 11:09 Reply

    In order to access your recorded files (NOTE: you must be be connected to WiFi and have access to another device that is connected to the SAME WiFi network. This will NOT work if you are connected to 3G or EDGE):

    Open FStream> click “more” in the bottom right corner > under setting click on “web management” > toggle Activated to the ON position. FStream will provide you with a IP address and port number at which to access your information. For example:

    type that address into your web browser (if you turned authentication on, you will prompted to enter a username and password)

    Click on “Manage records” You can download your recordings from here. They will be in either .WAV format or .AIFF format. iTunes can easily convert them to either .AAC or .mp3

    Also, you can manage your favorites from this point, which is sometimes easier than using your phone if you are adding more stations.

  39. Mikey
    June 15, 2010 11:18 Reply

    You can access your FStream recordings if you are connected via WiFi and have access to a second device that is connected to the SAME WiFi network. It will NOT work if you are connected via EDGE or 3G. Here is how to do it:

    1. Open FStream and click on “more” in the bottom right corner.
    2. Click “Web Management” under “Miscellaneous”
    3. Switch the “Activated” toggle switch to the “ON” position
    At this point, FStream will provide you with an IP address and port number. For example:
    4. Type this address into the web browser on a second device that is connected to the same WiFi network as your iPhone. (If you have activated Authentication, you will be prompted to enter a username and password)
    5. In your browser, click on “Manage Records” From this screen, you can download your recordings. They will either be .WAV or .AIFF files (this can be changed from FStream on your iPhone), and you can use iTunes to convert these files to .mp3 or .AAC if you want to make them smaller.

    Hope this helps.

  40. East Texas P1
    July 19, 2010 18:23 Reply

    Okay, I followed the instructions but get lost after I saved. The instructions say to go to the apps home page. The only button on my phone is the App Store. I have looked at i-tunes and all the other buttons and can’t find it.

    Any help would be appreciated.

  41. August 04, 2010 17:51 Reply

    called: tunein radio app
    I have tried all the iphone apps and this is the best on hands down…why?
    1. 1.99 and runs great on Wi-Fi and 3G
    2. Has the Ticket and !!!!! has a built in timer/recorder…yes like a DVR!!!!
    3. Great layout…look up station by state/city/genre
    4….Kick wonder radio a(better and a lot cheaper) nd Fstream (no looking for streaming codes)butt…..period!

    Tunein radio is the name of the app….best 1.99 Ive ever spent on a app….buy it and dont worry about reading blogs to try to listen to the ticket!!!!!

  42. ultraill
    December 06, 2010 10:26 Reply

    With the last post above being over four months old, what is the best app to download TODAY for an iphone? Is it tunein or Wunder Radio? Thanks in advance for your input and advice.

    The sole P1 in Cape Girardeau, MO

  43. ultraill
    December 07, 2010 12:11 Reply

    Doanwanna – Thanks so much for the quick reply. Based on your recommendation I downloaded the Tunein Radio app ($1.99) and got it up and running within minutes. It works great! With pride I can now highly recommend you highly recommended streaming option. Thanks again.

    The sole P1 in Cape Girardeau, MO

  44. Scott
    December 22, 2010 10:05 Reply

    Why are you guys making this so difficult ? Just create an app already . Your mom would like it.

  45. cinco
    April 12, 2011 12:51 Reply

    i am looking for the url and encoding for 103.3 espn dallas for fstream ive got the ticket but they dont play rangers games


  46. April 12, 2011 15:06 Reply

    You don’t want ESPN dallas, dude. Besides, they’re probably not allowed to broadcast games over the internet anyways…most stations aren’t.

  47. Meg
    June 06, 2011 08:52 Reply

    Hey all… HTC Inspire users – use the Tunein radio app, the ticket is already a preset. Seems to work perfect and you can make it a widget on the home page, so no opening the application itself. <3

  48. Donuts
    December 12, 2011 07:24 Reply

    Anyone have updated apps. Having trouble with wunder rad.

  49. June 27, 2013 16:49 Reply

    Not trying to be spammy but this will work just fine in browser on an iphone / ipad: http://www.danielrwoodward.com/assets/ticket/stream.html

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