Streaming the best music, talk and Torah 24/6 from an undisclosed location, deep inside Nachlaot - Jerusalem's coolest neighborhood - to the World!

Nachlaot is the Greenwich Village / Haight Ashbury of Jerusalem - rhymes with "rock the boat, skin the goat"

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We broadcast our streaming audio 24/6 from multiple undisclosed locations deep within Nachlaot, Jerusalem's coolest neighborhood. 

Listen just by going to our web page - the Flash Player pops up and you can listen without doing anything! If you don't have the latest version of Flash, you won't hear anything and the Flash Player won't display. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE LATEST VERSION OF ADOBE'S FLASH PLAYER

If you don't want to listen just by having our web page open, you can:
DOWNLOAD OUR FREE APP from the iOS App Store for iPhone/iPad or from Google Play for Android & Tablets

Listen by Launching a Media Player:

Find the Media Player icons on our web page and double-click on one of them to launch a player, it will automatically launch to the Radio Free Nachlaot stream. NOTE: You must choose a player that your computer system already has installed on it! If you are operating a Windows-based PC you have Windows Media Player pre-installed. If you use a Mac you have Quicktime installed on your system. You may also have previously downloaded VLC or RealPlayer. Our stream can be played on any of these players.

windows Media Player
Real Player
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Listen on iTunes Radio:
Radio Free Nachlaot can also be heard on iTunes Radio under the "International/World" category. 

Listen on your iPhone:

Using your Safari Browser on your iPhone, open the RFN home page and tap on the iPhone icon. The Radio Free Nachlaot stream will open with Quicktime on your iPhone.

Listen on your iPhone or Android Phone using your TUNE-IN RADIO APP
Download the free app TuneIn Radio and find Radio Free Nachlaot - it turns your iPhone or Android phone into a transistor radio!