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Posted On July 27, 2021
Digital audio cable provider NBCUniversal is taking a big step forward this week, announcing that it will begin selling premium streaming audio from SiriusXM and XM radio stations.
The new service, dubbed SiriusXM Premium, will be available in select U.S. markets in March.
The new service is a “major advancement” over the company’s previous subscription service, which was priced at $25 a month, according to a statement from NBCUniversal Media and Digital Networks Group (MNDG).
It will include SiriusXM radio stations as well as other popular cable and satellite channels such as CNBC and ESPN.
It will also include Sirius XM, the streaming audio service from the parent company of NBCUniversal.
The SiriusXM premium service, called SiriusXM Live, will include over 1,000 channels and more than 50 million songs from the popular radio and sports channels including ESPN, ESPN2, CNBC, ESPN, Food Network, Food & Travel Channel, Food, Travel, Sports &.
Travel, and Pop Culture, according the company.
“We believe that SiriusXM is a key part of our business, and are excited to offer our customers a better choice and greater choice,” NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke said in a statement.
“In order to deliver this premium offering, we are partnering with the leading premium radio network, SiriusXM, which we believe will offer premium programming, access to a growing catalog of SiriusXM channels, and more personalized radio to our customers.”
In addition to SiriusXM.com and SiriusXM Satellite Radio, the service will offer a new digital audio hub that will stream live programming from popular networks such as ESPN, Fox Sports, ESPN Radio, TNT, and many more.
The company has said that the SiriusXM subscription service will be a premium option for customers who want to get a better deal on their service.
In addition, the new service will include access to Sirius Xm’s content, including podcasts, sports, movies, music, and news.
The news comes a few months after SiriusXM announced plans to expand its service to more markets.
The company said it plans to offer premium streaming content from its popular radio stations, including ESPN Radio and the ESPN.com sports network.