Where are Mark’s most recent podcasts?
Just click directly on the “Audio Rewind” tab and you’ll go directly to them. Or click this link to reach the podcast page.
How do I stream one of Mark’s podcasts?
Select the podcast you want to listen to and it will start streaming for you.
How do I download individual podcasts?
The best way is to subscribe to the Audio Rewind podcast via iTunes, then download the podcast you want to your computer. You can also follow the directions below:
Click on this RSS feed link to open it into a new tab:
- Find the date of the podcast you want to download and click on it. A new page will open and the podcast will start.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page and right-click on the “Download” button.
- In the pop-up menu, select “Save Link As…”
- Choose where on your computer you want to save the podcast
Can I subscribe to the Mark Levin Podcast using iTunes?
Yes. Click here to subscribe directly to Mark’s Audio Rewind on iTunes. Remember that you must subscribe to the Audio Rewind podcast within iTunes in order to get all current podcasts!
I have an iPad and the new window will not work. What do I do?
You may want to consider downloading the Mark Levin Show app or subscribing to the Audio Rewind podcast via iTunes. Remember that you must subscribe to the Audio Rewind podcast within iTunes in order to get all current podcasts!
The podcast is not showing the most current shows in iTunes. What can I do?
First, within iTunes, click on the “Refresh” button. In most cases, you’ll see the podcast list update.
If, after refreshing the page several times, the list does not become current, you may need to unsubscribe then subscribe again. To do this, in the list of your subscribed podcasts, right-click on the “Official Mark Levin Audio Rewind” podcast and select “Unsubscribe podcast.” Then right-click again and select “Subscribe podcast.” This should refresh your list.
The last possible step you can take is to unsubscribe, delete the podcast, then re-subscribe. Again, in the list of your subscribed podcasts, right-click on the “Official Mark Levin Audio Rewind” podcast and select “Unsubscribe podcast.” Right-click again on the podcast and select “Delete”. A pop-up box will appear asking if you are sure you want to delete the podcast – click on the “Delete” button. Another pop-up box will appear asking if you want to trash the podcasts you currently have saved on your computer. Click on “Keep Files”. Then, subscribe to the Audio Rewind podcast via iTunes again. This final step will give you all of the current podcasts available.
I have an issue with the Mark Levin Show app. Who can I contact about it?
You can also contact Airkast’s Customer Service via the app (app => menu => ? [question mark] => @Email Support).
How do I stream Mark’s live show?
Look to the top-right of the website and click on the “Listen Live” button. A new window will pop-up and immediately stream the show live Monday through Friday from 6p-9pET.
The window is not opening / The stream is not working
Make sure that your browser allows pop-up windows, or that you allow this website to pop-up a new window. Check to make sure that your computer has the latest version of Flash and Java installed.
Can I subscribe to the Mark Levin Podcast using any other podcast reader on my computer or cell phone?
Yes. Click here to subscribe to the official Podcast. This will open a new window with the RSS feed displayed in the address bar. Cut and paste the address into your “PodCatcher.”
Can I listen to Mark’s show live or a past show using my cell phone/tablet?
Yes. The Mark Levin Show app is free and ready to use on iPhone, Android, or Blackberry.
I have another problem that is not answered by the FAQ list.
You can contact Audio Support through this email link. When emailing Audio Support, please be as detailed as possible! We cannot help you if you simply say, “The podcast doesn’t work.” Some helpful information may include the following, depending on your situation:
- The computer you are using and OS
- The browser you are using
- Step-by-step detail on what you did when you discovered the issue