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Indie - New Channel Number

SiriusXM is reorganizing channels which includes new channel numbers starting today Jul 17, 2014.

Indie has moved from channel 104 to channel 102. You’ll still be able to hear Indie 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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  • George Noory

    Noory is a published author with an extensive career in radio talk shows. Getting his start hosting the wildly successful The Nighthawk, Noory was recruited to guest host on Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell. He became the permanent host on January 1, 2003, following Bell’s retirement. He is now on SiriusXM, with his audience continuing to grow. Noory captivates program listeners with his discussions of paranormal phenomena, time travel, alien abductions, conspiracies and all things curious and unexplained.

     

  • Pete DominickDominick is a stand-up comic who joined SiriusXM in August 2006 as a host on Raw Dog Comedy. He launched Stand Up! on non-partisan political talk channel SiriusXM P.O.T.U.S. in February 2008, and the show quickly became a can’t-miss stop for experts and newsmakers. Dominick also had the sought-after job of opening for Stephen Colbert on “The Colbert Report” for six years, a job left to focus on his SiriusXM radio show.

  • Steve CovinoCovino is the Mexican Fonz. That is all. For more info, check out www.covinoandrich.com

  • Rich DavisA former player turned married guy, Rich feeds his ADD with gambling, going to the gym, rooting for the NY Mets and watching crappy shows like The Bachelor.

  • Jay ThomasTwo-time Emmy winner Jay Thomas has been a staple in show business for over 25 years, from Mork & Mindy to more prominent parts on Cheers and Murphy Brown and a role opposite Richard Dreyfus in Mr. Holland’s Opus. Jay brings his self-described "natural sarcasm" with him to the satellite airwaves.

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