96.7 MERLE REQUEST LINE: 896-9670

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96.7 MERLE REQUEST LINE: 896-9670

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Listen to 96.7 Merle on your smart speaker

96.7 Merle is available on every major connected home virtual assistant, including Amazon’s Alexa devices, Google’s Nest devices, and Apple’s Siri-enabled devices.

Follow the instructions below to listen to 96.7 Merle on your connected smart speaker…

Amazon Alexa devices:

To listen to 96.7 Merle on Amazon Alexa devices, you must first enable the 96.7 Merle skill.

To enable, you have three options:

  • Search Amazon.com/skill for the “96.7 Merle” skill and enable it (or click here)
  • Open the Alexa companion app on your mobile device, search for “96.7 Merle” and click enable
  • Say “Alexa, enable the 96.7 Merle skill”

After you’ve enabled the 96.7 Merle skill, simply say: “Alexa, open ninety six point seven merle.”

Google Nest devices:
Simply say: “Hey Google, play ninety six point seven merle on tune in.”

Apple Siri-enabled devices:
Simply say: “Siri, play ninety six point seven merle.”

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