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has had a similar channel lineup, with a few differences based on whether the individual has a Sirius XM Radio Sirius Satellite Radio or an XM Satellite Radio. Although the two services merged in 2007, for technical and legal reasons separate radios continue to be manufactured for the separate services despite the programming lineups having merged.
The following is a list of channels on Sirius XM and
Sirius XM Canada. There are a total of 151 full-time channels on Sirius XM, 130 of which are on Sirius XM Canada. Not included are channels that are specifically used for live sports programming, as well as former music channels that were merged with a duplicate music channel after the merger.
Preview [ edit ]
Sirius XM Preview
Sirius XM Promos and Information
50s on 5 Hits from the 1950s
60s on 6 Hits from the 1960s
70s on 7 Hits from the 1970s
80s on 8 Hits from the 1980s
90s on 9 Hits from the 1990s
Pitbull's Globalization Current Rhythmic and Dance Hits
Pop2K Hits from the 2000s
The Blend Soft Adult Contemporary
Hot Adult Contemporary, 2000s Adult Contemporary Available
SiriusXM Hits 1 CHR/Pop
Sirius XM Limited Edition
Sirius XM Love Love Songs
Velvet Contemporary pop
The Coffee House
Singer-Songwriters, acoustic rock, folk rock Available
6014 (formerly 6031)
Rhythmic Pop Available
Z100 (WHTZ) CHR/Pop
Road Trip Radio
The Covers Channel
Neil Diamond Radio
Neil Diamond songs
Reimagined Pop & Rock Classics
One Hit Wonders from the '70s, '80s, '90s, and '00s
Dish Network #
Alt Nation Modern
Alternative rock Available
The Bridge Classic
Soft rock, adult contemporary, adult alternative Available
Classic rock from the late 1970s to early 1990s, a continuation from Vinyl Available
Classic rock from the 1960s to mid 1970s Available
Deep Tracks Deep
Classic rock, Progressive Rock Available
E Street Radio
Bruce Springsteen Available
Elvis Presley Music Available
Punk rock, alternative rock, hip hop, heavy metal, and hard rock Available
1st Wave 1970s-1980s alternative rock,
new wave, classic alternative, post-punk, first wave punk, 70s-80s punk rock (non- hardcore mostly), 80s college rock Available
The Grateful Dead Channel Music from the
Grateful Dead Available
Hair Nation 1970s to early 1990s metal,
hair metal, glam metal Available
Jam bands Available
Liquid Metal Mostly
extreme metal, some hardcore and metalcore Available
alternative rock and grunge Available
The Loft Eclectic
acoustic Rock Available
Active rock, hard rock Available
Ozzy's Boneyard Classic
hard rock and heavy metal Available
Jimmy Buffett and other music appealing to Parrotheads Available
Indie / College / Unsigned Available
Adult Album Alternative Available
Little Steven's Underground Garage ( Garage rock, rock n' roll, garage rock revival, indie rock, proto-punk, punk rock, surf rock, acid rock, pub rock, glam rock, soul music, funk, roots rock, British Invasion, boogie and blues rock, various others) Available
Dance/Electronica [ edit ]
Country [ edit ]
Christian [ edit ]
Classical [ edit ]
Family and health [ edit ]
Entertainment [ edit ]
Talk, news, and public radio [ edit ]
Religion [ edit ]
Traffic/weather [ edit ]
Brigham Young University College Radio/Talk Available
Howard University &
HBCUs College Radio/Talk Available
Howard University College Radio/Talk Available
Korean music, news, & entertainment
Road Dog Trucking Trucking talk
Sirius XM 147
Latin, French, Canadian, and international [ edit ]
Internet radio only [ edit ]
Most internet channels can be "personalized" through a menu of sliders referring to specific elements which can be adjusted. This does not apply to such stations as the "party" stations.
For example, Classic Vinyl can be adjusted as such:
Classic hits (plays classic rock hits from the sixties to seventies) versus depth (plays lesser-known tracks)
Earlier (sixties) versus later (seventies) Vinyl
The amount of
British artists on the station
Also available is the ability to have the station only play music without interruptions.
Infinity Radio Channel Lineup in 2006 [ edit ]
01 - XMX
02 - The Blend
03 - The Heart
04 - Escape
05 - 50s on 5
06 - 60s on 6
07 - 70s on 7
08 - 80s on 8
09 - 90s on 9
10 - On the Rocks
11 - U-Pop
12 - Flight 26
13 - No Shoes Radio
14 - Big Tracks
15 - Top Tracks
16 - Deep Tracks
17 - XM Music Lab
18 - XM Café
19 - Boneyard
20 - SquiZZ
21 - Ethel
22 - Fred
23 - Fungus
24 - Fine Tuning
25 - The Flow
26 - XMU
27 - XM Liquid Metal
28 - XM Vintage
29 - The Who Channel
30 - The Writer
31 - The Island
32 - The Joint
33 - The Move
34 - The System
35 - XM Chill
36 - BPM
37 - Chrome
Hip-Hop [ edit ]
40 - The City
43 - The Rhyme
45 - Raw
50 - The Heat
51 - Suite 62
53 - Soul Street
Country [ edit ]
60 - Highway 16
61 - U.S. Country
62 - America
63 - X Country
64 - Willie's Place
65 - Bluegrass Junction
Christian [ edit ]
66 - The Message
67 - enlighten
68 - Spirit
70 - Beyond Jazz
71 - Watercolors
72 - Real Jazz
73 - Audio Visions
74 - Bluesville
Standards [ edit ]
75 - Frank's Place
76 - Cinemagic
77 - On Broadway
Classical [ edit ]
80 - XM Classics
85 - Vox
86 - XM Pops
Latino and World [ edit ]
90 - Fuego
92 - Caliente
93 - Sunny
94 - KISS
95 - The Verge
98 - Rolling Stones Radio
The Virus [ edit ]
100 - Opie and Anthony
101 - Ron and Fez
102 - Take 5
103 - National Lampoon Comedy
104 - XM Comedy
105 - Laugh USA
106 - XM Out Q
Entertainment [ edit ]
107 - E! Entertainment Radio
108 - Extreme Talk
110 - P.O.T.U.S.
111 - Cosmo Radio
112 - Oprah and Friends
113 - XM Live!
Family and Health [ edit ]
114 - Lifetime Radio
115 - Radio Disney
116 - XM Kids
117 - Sonic Theater
118 - Radio Classics
119 - Discovery Channel Radio
Former channels [ edit ]
(Most recent changes on top)
Classic College Radio
Oprah Radio – self-help talk
Top 20 on 20 - was a hits station whose song list was determined by listener voting (dropped on July 17, 2014).
World Radio Network - was "An international tour of the news from broadcasters worldwide" (dropped April 25, 2013)  
Martha Stewart Living Radio - was a variety of programming channel (dropped February 18, 2013)
Playboy Radio - was an uncensored adult content station (dropped on March 14, 2013)
Fox News Talk - conservative talk radio operated by the Fox Broadcasting Company (dropped on February 14, 2013)
BBC Radio 1 - modern and current popular radio station operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation (dropped on August 9, 2011) 
Rumbón (83) - was a tropical/ reggaeton radio station (replaced by Caliente on November 12, 2008); later revived on a different channel
SIRIUS Disorder (33) - was a Freeform/Eclectic radio station (dropped on November 12, 2008)
The Beat (36) - Was a Top 40 Dance Hits station (Replaced by XM's BPM on November 12, 2008)
Sirius Super Shuffle (12) - was an adult hits station (dropped from online service November 12, 2008)
Universo Latino (90) - Universo Latino is a Spanish Pop radio station (dropped on November 12, 2008)
Boombox (39) - Boombox was a Breakbeat and rock remix radio station on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 39 and DISH Network channel 6034, (dropped on November 12, 2008)
Hot Jamz (50) - Hip-Hop and R&B (replaced by XM's The Heat on November 12, 2008)
E! Entertainment Radio (107) - Entertainment news and Celebrity Gossip, (dropped on November 12, 2008)
Punk (29) - Was a Punk and Ska radio station. On September 15, 2008, it was replaced with a 24-hour AC/DC channel. Client 9 Radio (126) - Talk channel ran from March 14, 2008 at 5:00 pm ET through midnight on March 17, 2008to discuss the
Eliot Spitzer scandal. 
LIME Radio (114) - Healthy Lifestyle (dropped February 13, 2008).
Court TV Plus (110) - Live trial proceedings (dropped January 1, 2008) -- channel now broadcasts "POTUS".
ABC News & Talk (143) - News/talk and entertainment (dropped September 24, 2007).
Planet Jazz (70) - Modern Jazz (dropped September 7, 2007)
The Who Channel (29) - The Who music (dropped April 1, 2007)
Discovery Channel Radio (119) - Discovery Channel programming (dropped February 14, 2007).
Revolution (67) - Christian rock (dropped February 14, 2007). Sports Byline USA (122) -
Sports Talk (dropped February 14, 2007). Rolling Stones Radio (98) - All
Rolling Stones music (dropped January 1, 2007). PRI (136) - Global Issues (dropped September 25, 2006).
BBC Mundo (182) -
(Spanish) News, (dropped September 25, 2006)
Classical Voices (85) - Opera, (dropped September 25, 2006) WSM Entertainment (117) - Simulcast of
650 WSM in Nashville. Broadcast the Grand Ole Opry (dropped September 13, 2006). Sirius RIGHT (145) - Some programming from this channel was merged into Sirius Patriot (dropped March 14, 2006).
Sirius Advice (117) - Advice programming. Upon deletion, programs were added to other Sirius channels (dropped March 14, 2006).
Mexicana (91) - Played Regional Mexican music (dropped March 14, 2006).
EWTN Radio Catolica Mundial (180) - Spanish language Catholic programming (dropped March 14, 2006).
Remix (62) - Played exclusive remixes of modern dance music (dropped September 29, 2005).
Wax (42) - Featured remixed hip-hop (dropped September 29, 2005).
Slow Jamz (52) - Featured modern soft R&B (dropped September 29, 2005).
Swing Street (73) - Played swing music from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s (dropped September 29, 2005).
Folk Town (38) - Played contemporary and traditional folk music (dropped September 29, 2005).
Hispanic Talk (181) - Featured Spanish language talk radio (replaced with "ESPN Deportes" on December 1, 2005).
The Weather Channel Radio (110,111,112) - Provided continual weather forecasts (dropped September 29, 2005). Wisdom Radio (132) - Dedicated to new age thinkers and life improvement methods. Rebranded as "Lime" on September 29, 2005.
The Word Network (161) - Featured Gospel music and urban ministries from a Protestant and Gospel perspective (dropped September 29, 2005).
Air America Radio (144) - Featured liberal talk radio, mainly which were Air America personalities. Dropped in July 2005 when Air America went exclusively with XM Satellite Radio. Vacation (97) - Played island vacation music—replaced with "Radio Margaritaville" in June 2005.
Talk for Women (Our Time) (131) - Featured women-oriented talk and entertainment programming (dropped May 2005).
Street Beat (44) - Featured rap (dropped October 2004).
La Red Hispana (117) - Featured news and talk programming in Spanish (replaced with "Hispanic Talk" in July 2004).
Planet Dance (63) - Played mainstream dance music (replaced with "Area 63"—now Area—in July 2004).
Radio Deportivo (128) - Featured sports programming in Spanish (dropped July 2004).
The Border (36) - Played alternative country (replaced with "Outlaw Country" in April 2004).
Country Road (32) - Played a mix of classic country and modern country (replaced with "Prime Country" in January 2004).
House Party (60) - Played house music (dropped January 2004).
The Vortex (64) - Played trance music (dropped January 2004).
Planet Rhyme (41) - Featured international hip-hop (dropped January 2004).
Vista (82) - Played
chamber music (dropped January 2004). Soundscapes (98) - Played new age music (dropped January 2004).
SIRIUS Sessions (100) - Played live music (dropped January 2004).
Sirius Entertainment (135) - Featured programming about celebrities and the world of entertainment (replaced with "Our Time - Talk for Women" in January 2004).
A&E Satellite Radio (137) - Featured programming from the A&E television network (dropped January 2004). Radio Amigo (140) - A Spanish language talk channel (dropped January 2004).
Radio Mujer (141) - A Spanish language talk channel (dropped January 2004).
The Express (44) - Old School/Funk R&B (dropped February 2003).
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