Cuomo Going Live On SiriusXM

SiriusXM has announced that Chris Cuomo will host an exclusive two-hour weekday program on SiriusXM P.O.T.U.S. channel 124. Let's Get After It with Chris Cuomo will premiere on Monday, September 24, 12:00 p.m.-2 p.m. ET.

MannGroup, VoiceByte Form Partnership

Radio syndicator MannGroup Radio and app company VoiceByte have joined forces to bring VoiceByte to radio in North America.

“Game Changers” Nails Down Women’s Sports On SiriusXM

Christine Brennan and former professional tennis player Rennae Stubbs have signed with SiriusXM to host a new weekly show that will air nationwide on the Dan Patrick Radio channel (channel 211). 

Burns Given SVP Stripes At Futuri

Futuri Media has brought veteran media executive Zena Burns into its executive leadership team as SVP, Strategic Marketing and Brand Development. Burns will remain based in Chicago.

Brett Favre Returning To SiriusXM

The NFL Hall of Fame quarterback will host a weekly show on SiriusXM NFL Radio, making his season debut today, September 11, and hosting live every Tuesday from 11:00 a.m. to noon ET. And The Fighting Irish

Entercom has announced a multi-platform partnership with the University of Notre Dame. As part of the agreement, will launch a Notre Dame channel and be the digital radio home of Notre Dame football and athletics. This is's first exclusive streaming play-by-play offering.

Billy Graham To Have Permanent SiriusXM Channel

The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and SiriusXM are partnering for the launch of The Billy Graham Channel. The channel will feature the inspiring messages and sermons of the late, world-renowned Christian evangelist.

iHeartMedia Partners With Automotive Data Company

AUTOFLYTE EDGE is an automotive insights tool that features daily sales and market share data throughout each region to help dealerships market. iHeart announced on Tuesday that it is making AUTOFLYTE EDGE available through iHeartMedia.

Sirius XM CEO Adds Another Year

According to Seeking Alpha SiriusXM CEO Jim Meyer will be staying on for at least one more year. Meyer was named interim CEO in December of 2012 when Mel Karmazin left. In 2013 the interim title was dropped. Meyer makes just under $2 million per year in salary plus bonuses that could make him close to $10 million, according to Seeking Alpha.

NextRadio On Samsung Galaxy Note9

The NextRadio app is now available on the new Samsung Galaxy Note9. The Galaxy Note9 is the latest device to support NextRadio by integrating the FM Chip in their new smartphone model in North America.

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