NEW: Learn how to listen to WTOP on Amazon Alexa
WTOP is heard in the Washington D.C. metro area on 103.5 FM, 103.9 FM and 107.7 FM.
The WTOP app offers a streamlined experience to quickly listen to our live radio product, read the latest articles, sign up for customized breaking news and traffic alerts, and create a personalized newsfeed based on your interests.
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You can also listen to WTOP radio on Alexa.
Simply say, “Alexa, open WTOP.” And, voila! You’re all set.
WTOP also offers a Flash Briefing on Alexa. “Top News from WTOP” is a 5-minute roundup of the most important news of the day. The Flash Briefing is available each weekday by 5:30 a.m. and is updated multiple times throughout the day.
CALL TO LISTEN
Listen to WTOP on any phone. Just dial (202) 380-9977.
PROBLEMS HEARING WTOP?
Is Your Workplace Blocking Us?
If you are at work, the best place to ask for assistance is your local IT staff. They will be able to help you if a simple configuration change is needed to fix the problem.
Occasionally we have reports of poor reception, bad sounding audio and interference from other stations on 103.5 FM, 103.9 FM and 107.7 FM. This often happens in summer and is usually the result of something called “ducting”.
Atmospheric layering caused by temperature, dew point and pressure can create a “duct” for the propagation of a radio signal. The resulting effect is for the signal to be temporarily received in an area where it is usually not heard. This can cause interference and poor reception to local FM radio stations. The interference time period is short, lasting an hour or two, and happens a few days per year. For a more complete and technical explanation, click here.
WTOP produces a number of daily and weekly podcasts. Visit our Podcast page to see our full list of offerings.
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