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SiriusXM Available to Subscribers with Amazon Alexa

SiriusXM has announced that its some 200 channels -- including Howard Stern -- are now available to subscribers with Amazon Alexa. With the SiriusXM skill for Amazon Alexa, the company's trial or paid subscribers will receive access to music and entertainment channels, two Stern channels, along with commercial-free music from multiple genres, plus news from national outlets, talk and entertainment, comedy, and sports talk. Customers can simply ask Alexa to play SiriusXM channels by saying, for example, "Alexa, play..."

  • Howard Stern
  • The Beatles Channel
  • E Street Radio
  • Today Show Radio
  • the Chicago Cubs
  • The Garth Channel
  • SiriusXM NBA Radio
  • Tom Petty Radio
  • Laugh USA
  • FOX News Headlines
  • 80's on 8
  • Mad Dog Sports Radio
  • Alt Nation
  • SiriusXM NASCAR Radio
SiriusXM also brings a selection of live sporting events to Alexa. Subscribers to the company's All Access can ask Alexa to play every MLB and NBA game, every NASCAR race, plus NHL games, PGA Tour events and live college sports, as well as news, analysis and opinions from more than a dozen dedicated sports talk channels.

"We are delighted that customers can now enjoy SiriusXM's exclusive shows, live sports, music, and news through Alexa," said Amazon Alexa VP Steve Rabuchin. "Music, news, and sports are already some of the most popular categories of content on Alexa, and SiriusXM brings even more choices to customers. People with an Alexa device and a SiriusXM trial or paid subscription can simply enable the SiriusXM skill for Amazon Alexa, link their accounts and start listening at home or on-the-go with Alexa."

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