XMX (XM)

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XMX
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Broadcast area Off-air
Frequency XM 2
First air date 2007-08-01
Format XM Featured Shows
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner XM Satellite Radio
Website XMX

XMX (or just X) Channel 2 was a commercial-free, satellite radio station on Sirius XM Radio, formerly XM Satellite Radio. Originally used to remind subscribers of overdue payments, the channel changed to a music format on August 1, 2007 and featured popular exclusive XM music programming played all day, every day. XMX was discontinued on November 12, 2008, as part of the merger of the SIRIUS and XM channel lineups. The channel was directed by Paul Bachmann, who was also regularly found in XM's Classical and Rock neighborhoods in the 2000s.

Programming Lineup[edit]

  • Mondays: Artist Confidential
  • Tuesdays: Bill Anderson Visits with the Legend
  • Wednesdays: Theme Time Radio Hour with Bob Dylan
  • Thursdays: Tom Petty's Buried Treasure
  • Fridays: XM All-Stars - Variety of XM's mini-series
  • Weekends: Studio 2 - Various XM homegrown shows and specials

Partial List of Live Special Events and Rebroadcasts[edit]

See also[edit]