Friday, October 21, 2005

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World-renowned Violinist, Pianist Help Launch XM Satellite Radio's 'Classical Confidential'

Musicians Joshua Bell and Matthew Bengtson Are Classic Competitors
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Pianist Matthew Bengtson has teamedup with world-renowned violinist Joshua Bell for the premiere episode of"Classical Confidential," -- XM Satellite Radio's new interview andperformance program dedicated to classical music and its modern day stars.Martin Goldsmith, XM's classical music program director and on-airpersonality, and former host of National Public Radio's "Performance Today"will host the new series. "Classical Confidential" will debut on Wednesday,November 2, 2005 at 8 p.m. on XM Classics (XM Channel 110), XM Pops(XM Channel 113), Fine Tuning (XM Channel 76) and XM LIVE (XM Channel 200).

The program features Bell on the violin, accompanied by Bengtson inperformances of Fritz Kreisler's "Praeludium & Allegro" and "Liebesleid,"Tchaikovsky's "Melodie," and Sarasate's "Introduction & Tarantella." The showwas taped before a studio audience of American Youth Philharmonic students,aged 12 and up, and their teachers.
Encore broadcasts of this episode will air throughout November,exclusively on XM. XM Satellite Radio delivers more than 150 digital channelscoast-to-coast, including: 67 commercial-free music channels, plus premiersports, talk, news and entertainment programming, and 21 channels ofcomprehensive traffic and weather information.

Bengtson also accompanied Bell on a program of music, which was taped inearly September for National Public Radio's "Performance Today," hosted byjournalist Fred Child. The show aired the week of Sept. 20, after the releaseof Bell's new recording of the Tchaikovsky violin concerto recorded with theBerlin Philharmonic with Michael Tilson Thomas conducting.

Both performers command rave reviews. The Boston Herald has called Bell"the greatest American violinist active today." And a recent American RecordGuide review of the pianist's recording of Scriabin Sonatas stated, "OnlyHorowitz and Richter can compare to what Bengtson achieves on this disc."

Both performers have excelled in pursuits outside music. Bell was afinalist in a tennis tournament at age 10 and is an avid golfer and tennisplayer. Bengtson is an internationally ranked chess master who also competesin amateur golf tournaments. On an intellectual level, they also have asimilar enthusiasm for Douglas Hofstadter, author of "Godel, Escher, Bach."

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

America - XM 10 The Complete Series: The Reba Story

Mon. - Sat. at 10 AM and 8PM ET
America - XM 10

It is no question she's one of the most remarkable and accomplished female country singers of her generation. She's earned her status from a lifetime of unique experiences, insights and simply remarkable music. So join her for exclusive interviews, archival material and plenty of the songs that have made her a star, as only XM's new Complete Series can reveal. It's the career, life and music of a living legend, told through a chronological play-back of all 28 of her original album releases, and the stories behind each one-all leading up to the debut of her newest release , Reba #1's, on November 22nd. Hear it first on Highway 16 ShortCuts on November 18 through 21st.

10/17: Reba McEntire
10/18: Out of A Dream
10/19: Feel the Fire
10/20: Heart to Heart
10/21: Unlimited
10/22: Behind the Scene
10/24: Just A Little Love
10/25: My Kind of Country
10/26: Have I Got A Deal For You
10/27: Whoever's In New England
10/28: What Am I Going to Do About You
10/29: Greatest Hits
10/31: The Last One To Know
11/01: Reba
11/02: Sweet 16
11/03: Reba Live
11/04: Rumor Has It
11/05: For My Broken Heart
11/07: It's Your Call
11/08: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
11/09: Read My Mind
11/10: Starting Over
11/11: What If It's You
11/12: What If
11/14: If You See Him
11/15: So Good Together
11/16: Greatest Hits 3
11/17: Room to Breathe

Delphi XM RoadyXT Now Available

TROY, Mich., Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Delphi Corp., the nation's leadingsatellite radio manufacturer, announced today the availability of the DelphiXM RoadyXT at consumer electronic retailers nationwide. RoadyXT, thesmallest, thinnest satellite radio ever, sells for $79.95 MSRP.

"The Delphi RoadyXT is one of the best bets for this year's holiday gift,"said Joseph A. Damato, director, consumer electronics, Delphi Product &Service Solutions. "RoadyXT sets the standard for size, elegance andfunctionality. With its new features and extra-thin design, RoadyXT continuesin the tradition of representing one of, if not, the best consumer values forsatellite radio receivers in the market."

PC Magazine recently named RoadyXT an "Editors' Choice" and afterreviewing the unit, Editor Bill Howard gave RoadyXT a perfect five-starrating, stating, "Bottom Line: RoadyXT is hands-down the best and smallestadd-on satellite radio runner for dash mounting."

XM Satellite Radio subscribers can listen to XM's 150-plus channels ofcommercial-free music plus premier sports, talk, news, and entertainmentprogramming on the RoadyXT, which can be self-installed quickly and easily inthe car or home.

The sleek, compact RoadyXT comes with everything needed for use in thevehicle. The product has a built-in FM transmitter, which will make any FMradio an XM radio by wirelessly transmitting XM Satellite Radio to any one of100 FM radio frequencies with no cassette deck necessary. The RoadyXT is atrue plug & play for easy installation in any vehicle or at home with thepurchase of optional accessories. Compared to previous Roady models, RoadyXThas a brighter, higher-contrast display screen with seven vivid colordisplays. The unit also offers direct channel entry with backlit keys forimproved visibility and ease of use.

In addition to displaying the channel name, artist name, and song title oneach XM channel, the RoadyXT has a customizable sports ticker that displaysthe latest scores and schedules for professional and college sports. It alsohas a customizable stock ticker for keeping track of up to 20 stocks, and thepopular TuneSelect feature, which alerts the listener when favorite songs andartists are played on any XM channel.

Additional RoadyXT accessories sold separately will include home stereokits and car kits. The RoadyXT with the home stereo kit is also compatiblewith the new Delphi XM Signal Repeater, introduced in June.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Looking for feedback on the New RAODYXT

Please post your feedback if you have the new RoadyXT. How do you like it? What are the pro's and con's.

New FOX News Talk Channel Set to Air on XM Satellite Radio in January 2006


WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- XM Satellite Radio(Nasdaq: XMSR), the nation's leading satellite radio company, will expand itstalk radio programming with the launch of FOX News Talk Channel in January2006.

The new channel will offer news, analysis and commentary from FOX Newspersonalities Bill O'Reilly, Tony Snow, John Gibson, and Alan Colmes, amongmany others. FOX News Talk is the latest addition to XM's robust line-up oftalk radio programming, which offers a broad variety of news, information andopinion. Additionally, it will give listeners another chance to hear theprimetime FOX News Channel programs, including The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity &Colmes and On The Record with Greta Van Susteren.

Kevin Magee, senior vice president of FOX News Radio, said, "We are verypleased to partner with XM Satellite Radio. This provides another opportunityto expand the FOX News brand and to reach our growing audience across multipleplatforms."

Eric Logan, executive vice president of XM Satellite Radio added, "FOXNews Talk is an important addition to XM's talk radio channels, as we striveto offer the most choices to our millions of listeners across the country. FOXNews Talk offers some of the best-known names in broadcasting today, and welook forward to launching the channel on XM in January."

Monday, October 17, 2005

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