Sirius Launches Internet Radio Station
New York - Oct 18, 2006 - Sirius Satellite Radio has launched of Sirius Internet Radio (SIR), a CD-quality, Internet-only version of its satellite radio service. SIR delivers more than 75 channels of Sirius programming, without the use of a radio, for the monthly subscription fee of $12.95. Subscribers to the service will be able to hear all of Sirius' 100 percent commercial-free music channels in CD-quality audio and select sports, entertainment and talk channels, including The Howard Stern Show, Howard 100 and Howard 101.
To mark the availability of SIR, listeners on Sirius.com will be able to hear The Howard Stern Show and Stern's two 24/7 channels for free on Oct. 25 and Oct. 26.
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