Hear the Voice Streaming Live Click on the above The Voice link.

Access Sacramento is proud to announce the return of Internet Streaming audio provided as a community service and powered by Comcast Cable of Sacramento. Just click on the "THE VOICE" link above and you?ll hear local community radio from Sacramento in real time.

Sacramento's Community Radio 'The VOICE' comes to you from the studios of Access Sacramento at the Coloma Community Center. We are radio the way it was meant to be: free form, free speech.
We feature programming ranging from Alternative News, Talk and just about every format of Music. The Voice of Sacramento is Non Commercial, Free form, Volunteer produced Radio. If you do not hear what you are looking for, find out how you can do your own program by calling 456-8600 Ext 144

You can have your own show on The Voice.

To view, or download, our current radio schedule simply click anywhere on the Radio Studio 02 picture below.

Radio Production Studio 02


Hear The Voice on Cable and Internet

Hook up the cable to the FM Antenna input of your FM radio and tune to 88.7 MHz.
Hear The Voice in stereo on our main frequency.
For the ultimate listening experience, connecting to Cable FM will give you the best quality stereo sound.
If you have a newer TV or VCR, you already have the ability to receive "SAP". Just tune to cable TV Channel 17 and press you MTS/Audio/SAP button.


Radio Production Studio 01

Click on the Radio Production Studio 01 picture above to view or download the current reservation grid.
Call 916-456-8600 Ext. 144 to make radio studio reservations.

Through the use of the "Secondary Audio Programming" feature of current Stereo TVs, you can listen to our radio stations 24 hours per day. On some TVs and/or VCRs it is as simple as pushing the button marked "SAP", on others you may need to go to the 'Audio' section of the setup menus.

You can continue to listen to 'the VOICE' as the audio content of our Community Bulletin board on channel 18.

Access Sacramento is proud to simulcast Berkeley Community Radio KPFA on Cable FM 89.9 and Ch18 SAP. We pick up the actual FM signal and repeat it locally. Atmospheric conditions sometimes degrade the signal, but generally clear programming is heard.

Learn about out Radio Producers & Programs check out our "Program Schedules" section.