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SiriusXM channel change

SiriusXM channel updates


Starting on Aug. 13, 2015!

The new channel lineup is here – and it’s nothing short of awesome.

We’re always working to make sure you have something new to discover. From new music channels to more entertainment and news, we hope you'll find some new channels to add to your favorites.

We've also moved some channels around to make it easier for you to find what you love. Read about the changes on our channel update page.

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ESPN Xtra - New Channel Number

SiriusXM is reorganizing channels which includes new channel numbers starting Thursday, August 13.

ESPN Xtra has moved from channel 84 to channel 81. You’ll still be able to hear ESPN Xtra 24/7 online whenever you’re near a computer at siriusxm.com, and on the go using the SiriusXM app for smart phones.

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  • Mike GolicThe voice of reason on Mike & Mike. Mike Golic began a rigorous consumption program at an early age. His college career was shrouded in controversy over rumors he received illegal endorsements from White Castle while playing for Notre Dame. The rumors have never been confirmed.

  • Mike GreenbergGreeny is a versatile member of the crew and ESPN's premier tennis and badminton expert, as well as hosting Mike & Mike. He was a five-time winner of the MSA (Minor Sports of America) Journalism Award for his articles on soccer, badminton, lacrosse, and gymnastics.

  • Paul Finebaum

    A leading authority on Southern sports for more than 20 years, Paul's radio show won accolades including Columbia University's “Let’s Do It Better" for coverage of racial issues in sports. He is also seen on ESPN television and CBS College Sports.