Making NV’s Audio Player Work in Firefox

by Chris Rossetti

A FEW listeners to our weekly radio show and our radio network have had trouble making our audio player work in the latest Firefox browser. Here’s a quick tutorial on how I made it work. I’m using Windows 10 and Firefox 78. You can click any of the following images to see a full-size version for greatest clarity.

First, navigate to any page of using Firefox. Then, as in the image above, click on the little padlock icon in the address bar. That will bring up the box shown.

In that little box that comes up, click on the right-pointing arrow to the right of the words “Connection secure.”

The text in the box will change as in the image above. Click on “More information.”

A new window, somewhat larger than the dialogue box already open, will open as shown above. Click on the “Permissions” tab in this new window.

Once the Permissions section is showing as you can see in the picture above, look under “Autoplay” and uncheck “Use default.” Then select “Allow Audio and Video.”

That’s it. Close out of the windows and you’re done. Firefox can now play American Dissident Voices and our 24/7 National Alliance Radio Network!

If your browser still has a problem, try deleting its cache and restarting it. If all else fails, you can always click on the “direct audio download” link which can be found at the end of the text of each of our recent broadcasts, and use the direct link to our stream for the network feed.

* * *

Source: Author

Previous post

As Zimbabwe, So America: BLM Land-Stealing Plans

Next post

The John Franklin Letters

Notify of
Inline Feedback
View all comments
6 July, 2020 4:20 pm

Sadly, Mozilla has come out in support of BLM. I guess they can do far less damage than Microsoft or Apple.

I have heard that the Brave browser is faster and offers more privacy but I have not investigated.

7 July, 2020 7:42 am

Forget Windows 10. It’s a privacy nightmare. If you really need to use Windows 10, maybe because you have software that is only available on the Windows platform, then you should have a separate computer for that, disconnected from the internet. Windows 10 spies on you every time you turn it on, even logging your key strokes. You should use another computer (doesn’t have to be very powerful or expensive) to browse the internet. This computer should have Linux installed instead. Fedora or Debian with the Xfce desktop both work very well, even on older computers and they don’t spy on you. As for the internet browser itself, you should use the Tor browser bundle which, albeit slower than other browsers, is the only one that can protect your privacy… Read more »

8 August, 2020 6:34 pm

Thank you for this workaround Chris. I didn’t have problems listening to the ADVs on my mobile phone Firefox app, however on the PC it was giving me grief.