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How to listen to KTTH Radio during coronavirus stay at home order

Mar 25, 2020, 10:07 PM

Does the coronavirus stay at home order have you missing Jason Rantz or Todd Herman on your commute every day?

Just because you’re not stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic doesn’t mean you can’t hear Rantz throw snark at politicians who think you’re stupid or Todd cut through the noise and deliver hard truths. It’s all about changing habits during Washington’s coronavirus stay at home order.

Stream all your favorite KTTH shows on your smart speaker. Try saying, “Alexa, play KTTH Radio” to your Echo or “Google, play KTTH Radio” to your Google Home.

Out in the backyard, weeding the garden? No problem. Download the KTTH Radio app and take your phone outside to hear all of your favorite shows.

Going for a stroll to get some exercise (while practicing social distancing) after dinner? Listen to the Ben Shapiro Show on the app.

Want to follow us on social media? That’s easy too. Follow Rantz on Twitter or Todd on Facebook!

Have extra time? Watch the full KTTH GOP Gubernatorial debate.

KTTH will be here through the whole coronavirus stay at home order and the national and local crisis. We’re not going anywhere.

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