Sun Sounds of Arizona provides access to information many ways:
- Individual Sun Sounds Radio – Stay connected to your community with audio programs of newspapers, magazines, and books read aloud. Some programs are
subject-focused, featuring articles from several different publications. Others are specific publications, i.e. the reading of the Arizona Republic.
Portable or desktop radios are loaned at no charge to registered members. Apply Now.
- Sun Dial II Telephone Access System - Listen to Sun Sounds from any phone! The live broadcast and selected archived programs are available twenty-four-hours a day. Did you miss today's
newspaper? Catch it on Sun Dial II. Use your voice or key press to navigate the system, bookmark your favorites, and resume where you left off. Registered Sun Dial II users
can also search selected websites of national, regional and statewide newspapers. Apply for Sun Dial II now.
- Stream Sun Sounds Online – a twenty-four hour feed of our radio broadcast via the Internet.
This webcast provides access to all 124 audio programs produced and broadcast by Sun Sounds Radio
to any individual who has Internet service and a PC that is equipped with a sound card.
The Sun Sounds Website also has connecting links to text-based newspapers on the World Wide Web.Click here to listen to the live Tempe or Tucson audio stream.
- Podcasts - Download programs to your mp3 player and listen at your convenience. Nine weekly programs and the daily Wall Street Journal are available on iTunes or
by clicking here.
- iBlink App - Got a Droid phone or iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch? Download the free iBlink Radio app and enjoy reading service content from Sun Sounds in Tempe or Tucson, as
well as from reading services across the US and Canada. For the iTunes app click here.
For the Android app click here.
- HD Radio - In the Phoenix metro area anyone with an HD radio can hear Sun Sounds at 89.5-3. Enjoy the crystal clear audio signal of HD radio!
- Time Warner Cable in Yuma - All cable subscribers in Yuma can hear Sun Sun Sounds on Channel 70.
- Hospitals, assisted living communities and retirement homes - All patients at Banner Medical hospitals in Phoenix and Yuma Regional Medical Center can hear Sun Sounds on their
in-room television sets. So can residents of Fellowship Square in Mesa and Phoenix
and La Posada in Green Valley. If your community doesn't offer Sun Sounds ask them to contact us.