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Listen to Our Past Shows 24/7

Every KOOP show from the past 2 weeks is available to stream anytime, anywhere, thanks to Radio Free America. With over 75 homegrown shows produced every week by our dedicated volunteers, we're thrilled to provide our listeners with this convenient way to stream all of our unique, award-winning programming. Missed your favorite morning or drive-time show? Just head over to our schedule page on Radio Free America, click on the date you wish to see, and you'll get that day's line-up of shows, ready to play.

Latest News

  • News and EventsAug 12, 2020

    Midnight Strangers on Facebook Live – Thursday, August 13th @ 7 PM

    KOOP Presents: Midnight Strangers Live on Facebook Thursday, August 13 @ 7 PM Tip the band on PayPal: paypal.me/midnightstrangers Follow along as the band takes over our the KOOP Instagram day of show (@koopradio / instagram.com/koopradio) Artwork by Grace Reyer The Midnight Strangers are an indie rock band formed in Austin, Texas, in 2016 by […]

  • News and EventsAug 11, 2020

    COVID-19 Update

    Austin Public Health (APH) has rolled out a free walk-up testing site at Del Valle Middle School through Aug. 16 from 8 a.m.–1 p.m. every day. The Del Valle testing site will test people on a first come, first served basis. Residents in the community do not need an appointment, doctor’s referral, or insurance. 5500 […]

  • News and EventsAug 06, 2020

    In-Touch Interview: Chef Lynzy Moran of Baton Creole

    Chef Lynzy Moran from Baton Creole in East Austin talks about their pay-it-forward plate program, which helps provide free lunch or dinner for out-of-work service industry employees in the Austin area. Meet one of Austin’s most outgoing and original chefs, and bask in the warmth of her accent and her giant heart.  Listen below:

  • News and EventsAug 03, 2020

    Vinyl Night with Tom Ashburn of The Dark End of the Street

    Our socially distanced version of Vinyl Night at The Carpenter continues with a playlist curated by Tom Ashburn of The Dark End of the Street. Here’s what Tom has to say about the mix: “Texas Soul artists of the 60s and early 70s are largely unknown these days, overshadowed by the abundance of Blues, Rock, […]

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Welcome to Our New Site!

Last fall, KOOP was selected to participate in Knowbility\'s Accessibility Internet Rally in which nonprofits and other mission-based initiatives are paired with web development teams to create brand-new websites focused on accessibility and digital inclusion. Local web designers Monkee-Boy created the beautiful new site you see today, and our volunteer-powered web team has worked behind the scenes to ready it for launch.

Some of the additions we\'re most excited about are the "now playing" feature on the home page, playlists on each show page, and the general look & feel of our new layout. We\'ll be adding new content and new features in the coming weeks, so please explore and let us know any questions/concerns/comments you might have. We have kept our old site active for a limited time here.

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