Listen to internet radio in Music on Mac
You can use Music to listen to radio stations streamed over the internet. Music can also play many types of audio files available on the internet, including spoken programmes.
Tune in to Internet stations
In the Music app on your Mac, click in the search field in the top-left corner of the Music window, then enter a word or phrase to find an internet station you want to listen to.
To choose where you want to search, click Apple Music in the top-right corner of the window.
Note: You don’t need to subscribe to Apple Music to listen to internet radio stations.
Your search results appear in the Music window.
To tune in, click the Play button (or use the Touch Bar) on the station.
Connect to an Internet broadcast
If you know the exact URL of an internet broadcast or audio file, Music can connect to it directly.
In the Music app on your Mac, choose File > Open Stream URL.
Enter the full URL of the broadcast or file you want to listen to.
Important: Be sure to include the http:// or https:// prefix when you enter the URL.
For information on file types Music can play, see Choose import settings.
You can’t record or save a song from an internet broadcast, but when you connect to one the broadcast is automatically added to a playlist called “Internet Songs”.