Radio channel – KRMY Radio http://krmyradio.com/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 08:36:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://krmyradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-95-120x120.png Radio channel – KRMY Radio http://krmyradio.com/ 32 32 antennas broadcasting a Russian radio channel destroyed https://krmyradio.com/antennas-broadcasting-a-russian-radio-channel-destroyed/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 07:02:01 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/antennas-broadcasting-a-russian-radio-channel-destroyed/ Roman Petrenko – Tuesday, April 26, 2022, 10:02 a.m. Ministry of Interior of the so-called Transnistria [Moldova] reported that early in the morning of April 26, 2 explosions were heard in the village of Maiac, Grigoriopol district: the first at 06:40 and the next at 07:05. Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs of Transnistria Details: The […]]]>

Roman Petrenko – Tuesday, April 26, 2022, 10:02 a.m. Ministry of Interior of the so-called Transnistria [Moldova] reported that early in the morning of April 26, 2 explosions were heard in the village of Maiac, Grigoriopol district: the first at 06:40 and the next at 07:05. Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs of Transnistria Details: The so-called Transnistrian law enforcement and emergency services were immediately dispatched to the scene of the incidents. “Militia” [“militia” was the name of the law enforcement branch in the USSR] officers surrounded the territory of the Mayak Radio and Television Center, and the “Ministry of Defense sappers” began to inspect all its facilities. According to the information, from 09:00, 2 of the most powerful antennas (megawatt and half-megawatt) were taken out of service. Both were used to retransmit Russian radio. No center staff or local residents were injured. Earlier: A series of explosions took place in the capital of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldavian Republic on April 25. Ukrainian intelligence services report that a few days ago unrecognized Transnistria began to prepare for “explosions” organized by the Russian Federal Security Service to justify war with Ukraine or to implicate the Transnistrian region in hostilities in the war against Ukraine.

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TVS Music Guild Launches Silver Screen Radio Channel on TVS Radio Network.com, on Spreaker Platform Powered by iHeart Radio https://krmyradio.com/tvs-music-guild-launches-silver-screen-radio-channel-on-tvs-radio-network-com-on-spreaker-platform-powered-by-iheart-radio/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/tvs-music-guild-launches-silver-screen-radio-channel-on-tvs-radio-network-com-on-spreaker-platform-powered-by-iheart-radio/ California City, CA, April 21, 2022 –(PR.com)– TVS Music Guild, the audio division of TVS Global Media, has launched the Silver Screen Radio channel on TVS Radio Network.Com, on the Spreaker platform, powered by iHeart Radio. The channel features songs that have appeared in 20th century movie classics, performed in an easy listening format by […]]]>
California City, CA, April 21, 2022 –(PR.com)– TVS Music Guild, the audio division of TVS Global Media, has launched the Silver Screen Radio channel on TVS Radio Network.Com, on the Spreaker platform, powered by iHeart Radio. The channel features songs that have appeared in 20th century movie classics, performed in an easy listening format by the Capehart Music Treasury.

Silver Screen Radio is one of TVS Radio Network.Com’s 48 channels, each featuring a different genre of music from Capehart Music Treasury’s collection of 2,000 tracks. Iconic songs from Pulp Fiction, Dirty Dancing, Disney, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Graduate and many more are featured on the channel.

Other TVS Radio Network.Com channels include Beach Blanket Radio, Midnight Refrain Radio, Jumpstreet Radio, Country Roads Radio, Road Rash Radio and Transistor Radio. Capehart Music Treasury genres include album-oriented rock, rock+roll, country, R+B, jazz, blues, inspirational swing, big band, and Americana.

TVS Radio Network.Com was founded in 1958 as a sports broadcasting network. Today, it distributes music, sports and entertainment programs to broadcast stations and streaming services. TVS operates the TVS Audio Arts service, a Muzak-style low-cost commercial audio service.

Capehart Music Treasury is a 2,000-track catalog of the best songs of the 20th century produced in an easy-to-listen format. It is available on digital services such as Spotify, YouTube, Amazon, iTunes, Rhapsode, Pandora, iHeart Radio and Google Podcasts. Capehart Music Treasury CDs are available in stores nationwide. Capehart collectible LPs are available direct to consumers.

TVS Television Network, founded in 1960, is the fourth oldest commercial television network in the United States.

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India gets its first exclusive radio channel for the visually impaired in Nagpur https://krmyradio.com/india-gets-its-first-exclusive-radio-channel-for-the-visually-impaired-in-nagpur/ Mon, 18 Apr 2022 06:21:47 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/india-gets-its-first-exclusive-radio-channel-for-the-visually-impaired-in-nagpur/ The very first radio channel for the visually impaired in the country, named “Radio Aksh”, was launched in Nagpur on Tuesday, April 12. The exclusive Internet radio channel will present and offer content suitable for these people and also created by them. The 96-year-old city institution The Blind Relief Association Nagpur (TBRAN) and Samdrushti Kshamata […]]]>

The very first radio channel for the visually impaired in the country, named “Radio Aksh”, was launched in Nagpur on Tuesday, April 12. The exclusive Internet radio channel will present and offer content suitable for these people and also created by them.

The 96-year-old city institution The Blind Relief Association Nagpur (TBRAN) and Samdrushti Kshamata Vikas Avam Anusandhan Mandal (Saksham) are pioneering the concept that will help visually impaired people easily access audiobooks and other forms of education. Resources.

In order to operate 24/7, Radio Aksh would initially have six hours of content which would be put on repeat mode four times a day. Later, the content will be increased to 24 hours per phase, said Makarand Pandharipande, chairman of TBRAN, according to India time.

“We have appealed to visually impaired artists, poets and writers to come up with the content. We are all ready to record and broadcast it as Radio Aksh will be their own platform,” Pandharipande added.

Substitute for audio books

This concept was created to replace the audiobooks provided by Samdrushti Kshamata Vikas Avam Anusandhan Mandal to the visually impaired on their digital devices, access to which has been interrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions.

Through this platform, educational resources covering a variety of topics are made available digitally by visually impaired people, who can access the vast bank of information from anywhere in the world. Unlike FM and AM radio, Internet radio technology is used, which has no geographical boundaries.

A dedicated team of trained volunteers, mostly women, help create content for the radio channel, which can be broadcast to visually impaired people across the country and the world. The complex and carefully executed processes of going through large amounts of content, editing audio, recording and making corrections do not hinder productivity and the feeling of bondage guides the entire team, ANI reported.

“In recent years, visually impaired people have been coming to us and having their audiobooks made by us on their digital devices. But COVID-19 has put all that on hold. It has severely affected their learning, so we had to think of a stand-by deal,” said Channel Coordinator and Samdrushti Kshamata Vikas Avam Anusandhan Mandal member Shirish Darvekar.

Mandal added that he learned about the launch of internet radio in India and got in touch with a software company for the same.

“Although our demands are unique to them, they have promised to cooperate. ‘Radio Aksh’ is perhaps the first internet radio for the visually impaired in India,” he said.

No geographical limit

“Unlike FM and AM radio, this format has no geographical limitations. All content is pre-recorded and we each have a presenter for different topics discussed on the radio. In addition, we have a team of 20 people, mostly women who are well trained and know their job well, no one gets paid, they all work for free and have a feeling of servitude,” Mandal explained.

He pointed out that their channel was limited but received a huge response from people and said that the service will be more widespread in the coming days. Currently, the channel is available on Play Store and through Zeno Radio on Apple devices.

“Within a few days, we have almost 161 listeners. That paints a very encouraging picture,” he said.

One of the volunteers working for the channel said, “Doing such services for the visually impaired gives me great joy. They can study from the comfort of their own home through Radio Aksh. I have free time for this internet radio and contribute to it once or twice. hours of my schedule at noon every day.”

One of the beneficiaries of Radio Aksh pointed out that the radio channel was a great alternative because books in braille script are not always available.

“Now we will gather more information and our studies will become easier. he added.

Such special internet radio channels are already operating in the US, UK and other countries. In India, specialized radio channels for people with disabilities are only live on online platforms. But Radio Aksh is the first channel exclusively for the visually impaired.

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Launch of India’s first radio channel for the visually impaired “Radio Aksh” https://krmyradio.com/launch-of-indias-first-radio-channel-for-the-visually-impaired-radio-aksh/ Sun, 17 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/launch-of-indias-first-radio-channel-for-the-visually-impaired-radio-aksh/ The country’s first ever radio channel for the visually impaired named “Radio Aksh” has been launched in Nagpur, with the Blind Relief Association Nagpur and Samdrushti Kshamata Vikas Avam Anusandhan Mandal (Saksham) serving as pioneers of the concept which will help the visually impaired – people with disabilities have seamless access to educational resources and […]]]>

The country’s first ever radio channel for the visually impaired named “Radio Aksh” has been launched in Nagpur, with the Blind Relief Association Nagpur and Samdrushti Kshamata Vikas Avam Anusandhan Mandal (Saksham) serving as pioneers of the concept which will help the visually impaired – people with disabilities have seamless access to educational resources and audiobooks.

This concept was created to replace the audiobooks provided by Samdrushti Kshamata Vikas Avam Anusandhan Mandal to the visually impaired on their digital devices, access to which was cut off due to the COVID-19 pandemic due to travel restrictions.

Educational resources covering a variety of topics are made available through this platform on digital platforms owned by visually impaired people, who can access this vast bank of information from anywhere because unlike FM radio and AM, Internet radio technology is used, which knows no geographical limitations.

A dedicated team of trained volunteers, mostly women, help create content for the radio channel, which can be broadcast to visually impaired people across India and the world. The complex and carefully executed processes of sifting through large amounts of content, recording, editing audio, and making corrections don’t dampen productivity, and a sense of bondage drives the entire team.

Channel coordinator and Samdrushti Kshamata Vikas member Avam Anusandhan Mandal Shirish Darvekar told ANI, “In recent years, visually impaired people have been coming to us and having their audiobooks made by us on their devices. But COVID-19 put a stop to this it affected their learning so we had to think of a standby arrangement we learned about the launch of internet radio in india and got in touch with a company that was making software for it Although our requirements were unique to them, they promised to cooperate.This may be the first internet radio for the visually impaired.

“Unlike FM and AM, internet radio has no geographical boundaries. The content is pre-recorded. We each have a presenter for various topics discussed on the radio. We have a team of 20 people, mostly housewives. They are trained and know their job well. No one is paid, all have a feeling of servitude,” he added.

Darvekar said that their channel has been limited but received overwhelming response from people and said that the service will be more widespread in the coming days and informed that the channel is available on play store and via Zeno Radio on Apple devices.

“In just two to four days, we have about 161 listeners. That paints a very encouraging picture,” he added.

One of the volunteers working for the channel said, “Doing such things for the visually impaired brings me joy. They can study from home through Radio Aksh. I have free time for this and I devote an hour or two to it at noon every day. for that.”

One of the channel’s beneficiaries pointed out to ANI that the radio channel is a great advantage because books in braille are not always available.

“Now we will have more information and our studies will become easier. It feels like attending lessons in a classroom. It is a great initiative for the visually impaired,” he added .

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TVS Radio Network.Com Launches Jumpstreet Radio Channel for Top 20th Century R&B Songs on Spreaker, Powered by iMusic Radio https://krmyradio.com/tvs-radio-network-com-launches-jumpstreet-radio-channel-for-top-20th-century-rb-songs-on-spreaker-powered-by-imusic-radio/ Sat, 16 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/tvs-radio-network-com-launches-jumpstreet-radio-channel-for-top-20th-century-rb-songs-on-spreaker-powered-by-imusic-radio/ California City, California, April 16, 2022 –(PR.com)– TVS Radio Network.Com has launched the Jumpstreet radio channel, one of 48 great music channels provided by Capehart Music Treasury. The channels can be heard on the Spreaker platform, powered by iHeart Radio. Jumpstreet Radio Channel offers easy-listening versions of the best R+B songs of the 20th century, […]]]>
California City, California, April 16, 2022 –(PR.com)– TVS Radio Network.Com has launched the Jumpstreet radio channel, one of 48 great music channels provided by Capehart Music Treasury. The channels can be heard on the Spreaker platform, powered by iHeart Radio.

Jumpstreet Radio Channel offers easy-listening versions of the best R+B songs of the 20th century, including The Love I Lost, La La Means I Love You, Almost Grown, Soullful Strut, Money (That’s What I Want), Treasure of Love and dozens Suite. All come from the Capehart Music Treasury of the TVS Music Guild. The songs are available on Spotify, Amazon, iTunes, Rhapsody, You Tube and Pandora.

Capehart Music Treasury is a library of 2,000 new productions of the best songs of the 20th century. Genres in the collection include Album Oriented Rock, Rock + Roll, Country, R+B, Jazz, Blues, Pop, Swing, Big Band, Inspirational, and Americana.

TVS Music Guild was established in 1987 as a division of TVS Global Media. The division markets 56 albums inherited from the 20th century as well as the 2,000 Capehart Music Treasury titles.

TVS Radio Network.Com was established in 1958 as a sports broadcasting network. It is now unionizing to broadcast the radio as well as the points of sale continuously. TVS also operates the subscription-style “Muzak” service TVS Audio Arts to commercial establishments.

TVS Television Network was established in 1960 and is the fourth oldest commercial television network in the United States. TVS currently operates 40 FAST networks on ROKU, Amazon, Google, Apple and Web TV.

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Radio Aksh – Country’s first radio channel for the blind https://krmyradio.com/radio-aksh-countrys-first-radio-channel-for-the-blind/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 01:33:42 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/radio-aksh-countrys-first-radio-channel-for-the-blind/ Staff reporter Radio Aksh, the country’s first radio channel exclusively for the blind, will be launched in the city on April 12. The channel is internet based and developed by The Blind Relief Association Nagpur (TBRAN) with Samdrushti Kshamata Vikas Avam Anusandhan Mandal (Saksham). City-based organizations working to improve the lives of visually impaired people […]]]>

Staff reporter

Radio Aksh, the country’s first radio channel exclusively for the blind, will be launched in the city on April 12. The channel is internet based and developed by The Blind Relief Association Nagpur (TBRAN) with Samdrushti Kshamata Vikas Avam Anusandhan Mandal (Saksham). City-based organizations working to improve the lives of visually impaired people have taken the next step in the evolving digital world to rely on technology.

To operate 24/7, Radio Aksh would have a six-hour content in the first phase which would be repeated four times during the day and thereafter the content should be increased to 24 hours, said Makrand Pandhripande, chairman of TBRAN, while addressing the media at his premises on Monday. The radio channel concept has evolved to bridge the distance as Covid-19 has provided a lesson that in such circumstances the blind have suffered setbacks. As personal contact was lost, the blind could not reach the TBRAN campus near Deekshabhoomi and hence the thought of the radio channel evolved.

Providing more details about the channel, Saksham Administrator Shirish Darvhekar explained that the Radio Aksh app can be downloaded from the Playstore. The broadcast software for the channel was provided at a nominal annual cost by Rigro Digital, a reputable company in the country. For us, the radio channel has been a smooth ride as both organizations are already in the business of producing digital content for the blind population. The internal studio already produces digital content such as educational courses and competitions. Thus, the transition to the radio channel is not so difficult and the offer would be content ranging from education

to entertainment, talk shows to provide inspirational thoughts to blind people. Spiritual thought of all religions would also be available with interviews of eminent personalities, syndicated audio movies, all types of short stories, novels, general knowledge, etc. for subscribers, Darvhekar added.

The channel’s music is also prepared by a

Aniket Bhende visually impaired and which would be broadcast after the identification of the station.

Darvhekar said in the first phase that they plan to reach the blind population of Vidarbha and subsequently Maharashtra in the coming months. The main content would be in Hindi as its reach would be maximum, but Marathi and English content is made available on the channel.

The timing of the channel would be from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and thereafter the same content would be repeated.

The channel would be inaugurated at a ceremony held on April 12 at Navdrushti Auditorium, TBRAN Campus, at 6:30 p.m. in the presence of Rahul Pande, State Information Commissioner, Nagpur, and Shridhar Gadge, Mahanagar Sah Sanghachalk, Pandhripande informed

further away. Dr Milind Hardas, Chairman, Saksham, and Nagesh Kange, Secretary, TBRAN, were also present at the press conference.

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Your Network of Praise launches a French-speaking satellite radio channel in Africa — NRB https://krmyradio.com/your-network-of-praise-launches-a-french-speaking-satellite-radio-channel-in-africa-nrb/ Thu, 07 Apr 2022 18:45:04 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/your-network-of-praise-launches-a-french-speaking-satellite-radio-channel-in-africa-nrb/ Following the successful launch of the New Life Africa satellite network in May 2021, providing radio stations in Africa with Bible content in Swahili and English, Your Network of Praise (YNOP) announced on March 28, 2022, the launch of a new network in French. – satellite radio channel in African language, New Africa Life. The […]]]>

Following the successful launch of the New Life Africa satellite network in May 2021, providing radio stations in Africa with Bible content in Swahili and English, Your Network of Praise (YNOP) announced on March 28, 2022, the launch of a new network in French. – satellite radio channel in African language, New Africa Life. The show will encourage and equip French speakers in Africa with quality Christian content and free access to programming 24/7.

Roger Lonnquist, President and CEO of YNOP and New Life Africa Satellite Networks, said that “within months, it became clear that there was a real need for a similar network to deliver content in French …After around 20 stations requested French content, we realized we needed to move forward with a second satellite radio channel to meet this need and we developed New Africa Life as fast as we could.

YNOP hopes to empower and strengthen locally run radio stations and enable them in their efforts to share the gospel across Africa. “We believe there is a huge harvest to come in Africa and there are some great international radio ministries that are already doing amazing work in this part of the world,” Lonnquist said.

Lonnquist added, “We at YNOP were amazed at how quickly our listeners wanted to get involved in sharing Christ across Africa. The two satellite networks, and the three radio stations we partner with to operate in Africa, have been funded entirely by YNOP listeners in addition to the support they provide to keep the YNOP network running.

Lonnquist is an active member of NRB who currently sits on the NRB Board of Directors, Executive Committee, International Committee and President’s Council. Lonnquist also received the International Impact Award at the 2022 NRB convention in Nashville.

YNOP is an American Christian radio ministry that operates a group of 60 FM installations in the Northwest. Contact the New Life Africa Satellite Network at info@NewLifeAfrica.org for more information.

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Red Hot Chili Peppers to Launch New Whole Lotta Red Hot Radio Channel https://krmyradio.com/red-hot-chili-peppers-to-launch-new-whole-lotta-red-hot-radio-channel/ Wed, 30 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/red-hot-chili-peppers-to-launch-new-whole-lotta-red-hot-radio-channel/ The Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced the launch of a new Whole Lotta Red Hot radio channel. The California rock band will kick off the show, which promises a deep dive into the “vast and funky world of the Red Hot Chili Peppers” on SiriusXM on April 1. It arrives on the same day […]]]>

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced the launch of a new Whole Lotta Red Hot radio channel.

The California rock band will kick off the show, which promises a deep dive into the “vast and funky world of the Red Hot Chili Peppers” on SiriusXM on April 1.

It arrives on the same day as the release of their new album Unlimited Love.

The group is to be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame in Los Angeles on the eve of March 31.

On Tuesday they also unveiled the premiere of their new song, These Are The Ways, which will also be released on Thursday at 5am UK time.

Previously released songs include Poster Child, Not The One and Black Summer.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers consist of vocalist Anthony Kiedis, bassist Flea and drummer Chad Smith.

The band will perform in Glasgow, Manchester and London next year as part of a 32-date stadium tour, which will also see the return of John Frusciante on guitar.

Performances will also take place in the United States, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Hungary, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, France and Canada.

Rapper ASAP Rocky and singer Thundercat will support the band in Manchester, while Anderson Paak & The Free Nationals and Thundercat will support in London and Glasgow.

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SiriusXM launches Freakonomics radio channel https://krmyradio.com/siriusxm-launches-freakonomics-radio-channel/ Mon, 28 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/siriusxm-launches-freakonomics-radio-channel/ SiriusXM has launched a channel dedicated to programming from the Freakonomics Radio network. Available exclusively on SiriusXM’s streaming platform on channel 791, the channel is promoted as the first dedicated to a podcast. In addition to flagship “Freakonomics Radio” hosted by Stephen Dubner, the channel will air other network shows including No Stupid Questions co-hosted […]]]>

SiriusXM has launched a channel dedicated to programming from the Freakonomics Radio network.

Available exclusively on SiriusXM’s streaming platform on channel 791, the channel is promoted as the first dedicated to a podcast. In addition to flagship “Freakonomics Radio” hosted by Stephen Dubner, the channel will air other network shows including No Stupid Questions co-hosted by Dupner and Angela Duckworth, Freakonomics, MD with Bapu Jena, Steve Levitt’s People I ( Mostly) Admire, and new programs will be launched later this year. SiriusXM acquired Freakonomics distribution as part of its 2020 purchase of Stitcher.

SiriusXM (NASDAQ:SIRI) today announced the launch of a new Freakonomics Radio Network streaming channel. For this channel, the first to be dedicated to a podcast, the team behind Freakonomics Radio, one of the world’s most enduring and popular podcasts, will curate and present episodes from its extensive archive, as well as selections from other popular shows on the Freakonomics Radio Network, including No Stupid Questions, People I (Mostly) Admire, Freakonomics, MD, and new programs launching later this year.

The Freakonomics Radio Network streaming channel is now available to subscribers on the SXM app at siriusxm.us/FreakonomicsRadioNetwork.

For more than a decade, Freakonomics Radio has provided rigorous yet entertaining storytelling and reporting. Hosted by Stephen J. Dubner, the show takes a curious, data-driven approach to exploring real-world behavior and uncovering “the dark side of everything.” Entering its twelfth year as one of the biggest podcasts on the planet, Freakonomics Radio is now growing faster than ever before, setting a listening record in 2021.

SiriusXM’s Freakonomics Radio Network is the only place listeners can tune in 24/7 to listen to not only the latest episodes of Freakonomics Radio, but also a selection of provocative classics from the 500-episode archive of the show, such as “Abortion and Crime, Revisited”, “The Sleep Economy” and “The Dumbest Thing You Can Do With Your Money”.

“SiriusXM’s audience is incredibly large and diverse,” said Stephen Dubner, “and we can’t wait to get our stuff in their ears.”

“It’s exciting to be able to take a show as groundbreaking and successful as Freakonomics Radio and give listeners, new and old, a very unique way to experience it,” said Scott Greenstein, president and chief content officer of SiriusXM. “We can’t think of a better partner to launch this one-of-a-kind streaming channel than Stephen and his team.”

In addition to its flagship show, the Freakonomics Radio Network produces some of the most listened to podcasts – for a combined reach of more than 160 million listeners last year. They include No Stupid Questions, where Dubner and co-host psychologist Angela Duckworth explore the weird and wonderful ways humans behave; People I (Mostly) Admire, in which unorthodox economist Steven Levitt interviews other high achievers to ask questions only he would think to ask; and Freakonomics, MD, moderated by Bapu Jena, an economist and physician who explores the intersection of economics and health.

The Freakonomics Radio Network is just the latest example of SiriusXM’s commitment to providing multiple platforms for audio creators. Recently, the hosts of the award-winning horror-comedy podcast Last Podcast on the Left launched Open Lines, a weekly live show on SiriusXM’s Faction Talk (channel 103) after bringing their podcast back to wide distribution via Stitcher; and renowned expert consultant, host and digital creator Tinx launched the radio show It’s Me, Tinx Live on SiriusXM Stars (channel 109) following the launch of her chart-topping Stitcher podcast It’s Me, Tinx.

Streaming access is included with all SiriusXM trials and most popular plans. Subscribers can listen with the SXM app and with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or how they stream at home. Visit www.siriusxm.com/ways-to-listen to learn more.

Freakonomics Radio Network podcasts will continue to be available on Stitcher, the SXM app, Pandora, and all major podcast listening platforms.

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SiriusXM launches nugs.net radio channel https://krmyradio.com/siriusxm-launches-nugs-net-radio-channel/ Sun, 13 Mar 2022 18:52:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/siriusxm-launches-nugs-net-radio-channel/ Find out what awaits you on nugs.net radio from SiriusXM. By Nate Todd March 13, 2022 • 11:52 a.m. PDT SiriusXM recently launched a nugs.net radio channel. The satellite radio provider hosts the streaming platform on channel 716. nugs.net radio “features the latest live music, full concerts and comprehensive coverage of the world’s biggest touring […]]]>

Find out what awaits you on nugs.net radio from SiriusXM.

By Nate Todd March 13, 2022 11:52 a.m. PDT

SiriusXM recently launched a nugs.net radio channel. The satellite radio provider hosts the streaming platform on channel 716.

nugs.net radio “features the latest live music, full concerts and comprehensive coverage of the world’s biggest touring bands and emerging superstars on the scene”, according to SiriusXM.com. “Stay up to date with the latest concert recordings from Pearl Jam, Metallica, Dead & Company, Billy Strings and more.”

Channel 716 also offers weekly programming including a Gig of the week segment airs every Saturday at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. At 5 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. PT on Friday, nugs.net founder Brad Serling will host The Weekly Reserve Livecompiling highlights from the world of live music.

head here for more information on nugs.net.

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