AccuRadio - AccuHoliday Programming Online or Flycast Mobile


Mod Emeritus
Oct 9, 2008

AccuRadio is available online by licking on the red graphic above. You can also download the Flycast App via the Apple iTunes Store. This will give you mobile access via your iPhone or iPod Touch. (FlyCast now has well over 1000 unique channels of music, news, & sports)

Complete Holiday Music channel list
Looking for your favorite Holiday channel? A complete list of all our subchannels is listed below.

Old-Fashioned Christmas - The classics! Only the all-time greatest Christmas recordings you remember from years past.

The Season's New Releases - Holiday music released this year.

Celtic Christmas - Classic seasonal Celtic tunes from the artists you'll hear on AccuRadio's

Christmas Standards - Lots of versions of only the best-known Christmas songs.

Classical Christmas - Orchestral and vocal solo holiday music.

Country Christmas - Alabama, Clint Black, Johnny Cash, Billy Gilman, Reba McEntire, B.J. Thomas, and many others.

Grown-up Christmas - It's "grown up" holiday hits, classics, and more.

Holiday Jazz - Jazz versions of seasonal tunes by Dave Brubeck, Boney James, Dave Koz, John Pizzarelli, Rosemary Clooney and many others.

Holiday Pop - Your favorite contemporary pop stars sing holiday music!

Holiday Pop/Rock - Holiday classics from your favorite contemporary artists!

Holiday Rock - Rock renditions of holiday sentiments.

Holiday on Broadway - Holiday music from Broadway shows and Broadway stars.

Modern Classics - Twenty great songs that we think will one day be cherished as "classics."

R&B and Gospel Christmas - R&B, and even a little Gospel for the holidays.

Reggae Christmas - Reggae, Dub, and Dancehall holiday tunes

Religious Christmas Classics - The true meaning of the Season -- songs about the birth of Christ and a promise for peace on Earth.

A Non-Standard Christmas - There's more to holiday music than the same 10 carols... explore some wider territory.

Blue and White Christmas - From Elvis Presley to Bing Crosby and beyond, a channel comprised of two of your favorite colorful Christmas songs.

Channel O - 'O Holy Night,' 'O Come All Ye Faithful,' 'O Tannenbaum,' and so forth.

Chestnuts Roasting - Nothing but the Mel Torme-penned classic "The Christmas Song," with versions by Frank Sinatra, Dave Brubeck, Christina Aguilera, and dozens of others.

Christmas in... - It's like a holiday trip around the world: "Christmas in Killarney," " L.A.," " New York," and even " Jail!"

Happy New Year! - Songs about wintertime, snowfall, skating, and your plans for New Year's Eve.

Have Yourself a Merry... - Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane's 1944 Christmas classic, as performed by such diverse artists as the Blue Hawaiians, Diana Krall, Coldplay, Alan Jackson, Pretenders, and, of course, Judy Garland.

Home for Christmas - R&B singer Charles Brown and others make the request ("Please Come...") -- and Tony Bennett, Harry Connick, Jr., and (of course) Bing Crosby respond that they will ("I'll Be...").

Let it Snow! Snow! Snow! - A blizzard of different versions of the classic holiday tune -- by Dean Martin, Boots Randolph, Ella Fitzgerald, Chet Atkins, and many others.

Navidad - A Latin-themed holiday subchannel!

Radio North Pole - Songs about Santa, his reindeer, and the elves.

Spice Tracks - Non-traditional musical styles, artists, and songs.

The Jingle Channel - If it's a holiday classic with the word "Jingle" anywhere in the title (e.g., "Jingle Bell Rock"), you'll hear it here!

The Silent Night Channel - Dozens of versions of one of the world's best-loved Christmas carols.

Wide Playlist - The whole enchilada... our entire library! The widest playlist of holiday songs you'll find anywhere.

Xmas - Warm your soul with the very best of the holidays. Featuring rock, pop, jazz, country, R&B, Hawaiian, cabaret artists, and more!

Technical requirements​

AccuRadio works with Internet Explorer version 5.5 and higher, and new versions of Netscape (7.1 and higher). Firefox users will be prompted to install a small plugin upon channel launch to allow AccuRadio to work. Mac users need OS "Panther" or "Tiger"
(PowerPC or Intel) with all the latest updates installed: AccuRadio will work with Safari, Firefox, and Camino.​
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Oct 12, 2008
AccuRadio is horrible. The repetition is horrendous. Every 15 minutes or so, a song will repeat. Ugh.


Mod Emeritus
Oct 9, 2008
AccuRadio is horrible. The repetition is horrendous. Every 15 minutes or so, a song will repeat. Ugh.

I agree, I did get time to check them out today and that is exactly what I found. Lots and Lots of repeats. I have scratched it from my list!