Listen

At The Point, we value diversity. Whether it’s the mix of ages and backgrounds in the Point’s audience, the eclectic variety of songs in our playlist, or the many ways that the former can enjoy the latter. [Wait, what?] Anyway, the point is, we think differences make the world a better place.

So, in that spirit, here are some of the different ways you can listen to The Point:

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Old-School Style

Tune to 104.7 FM on any FM radio in the Montpelier/Central Vermont, and rejoice in your own timeless, classic style.
And, throughout other parts of Vermont, tune in to one of our other signals.

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Desktop/Laptop

Stream The Point at pointfm.com anytime, anywhere! (Anywhere you have internet access, that is.)
Just hit play at the bottom of this or any other page on our website.

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Smartphone or Tablet

Listen to The Point on-the-go, at the gym, or better yet – at the beach. Just grab any iOS or Android device (preferably your own), download the free TuneIn app, then search “WNCS”.

Or, skip the app and listen straight from the source at our mobile-optimized website, pointfm.com. (Umm, you’re already there.)

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Alexa-enabled Speaker

Listen to the River on an Amazon Echo or any Alexa-enabled device! Just say “Alexa, Open WNCS The Point.”” That phrase will enable our Alexa Skill, so from then on, you can just say “Alexa, Play WNCS The Point.
It’s magic!

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On the Road

Rule #1 of the road: The driver picks the music! So tune your car radio to 104.7 The Point. Or just hit #1 on your presets (right?). Or, if your car stereo is Alexa-enabled, you can say “Alexa, open WNCS The Point.” That phrase will enable our Alexa Skill, and from then on, you can just say “Alexa, play WNCS The Point” whenever you’re in the car.

And if you’re driving in the Upper Valley, don’t forget to switch over to our eastern signals at at 103.1 FM or 107.7 FM

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Live Events

Here at The Point, it’s no secret that we love radio! But we also love LIVE music! There’s nothing quite like experiencing your favorite artists performing live, and being part of the energy in the air. For local shows and live music events, check out the Point Events Calendar.

So what’s the best way to listen to The Point?

C’mon, this is Independent Radio! Listen using any method you choose, depending on your mood. It’s your life. Refuse to be pigeon-holed!