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    In a $3.5 billion all-stock transaction, SiriusXM bought streaming service Pandora in September 2018 and the deal was finalized on February 1. Venus just moved from channel 3 to online channel 303. A new channel, Pandora Now, will launch on channel 3 at 2 PM Eastern time April 4.

    https://m.siriusxm.com/venus

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    The format of the new Pandora NOW channel is current hits and "trending songs." Here is what was played in the first hour, alphabetized for your convenience. Chart positions are included for songs that are on this week's Billboard Hot 100.

    SiriusXM Satellite Radio
    Channel 3 - Pandora NOW


    Bad Liar - Imagine Dragons (56)
    Be Like Me - Lil Pump/Lil Wayne
    Happier - Marshmello/Bastille (6)
    I Am Who They Say - NBA YoungBoy/Kevin Gates/Quando Rondo
    I Can't Get Enough - Benny Blanco/Tainy/Selena Gomez/J Balvin (85)
    I Wanna Know - NOTD/Bea Miller
    Last Hurrah - Bebe Rexha (98)
    Mine - Bazzi
    Please Me - Cardi B/Bruno Mars (5)
    Robbery - Juice WRLD (37)
    Put A Date On It - Yo Gotti/Lil Baby (46)
    Shallow - Lady Gaga/Bradley Cooper (10)
    Sicko Mode - Travis Scott (18)
    Sweet But Psycho - Ava Max (20)
    Talk - Khalid (40)
    Thank U, Next - Ariana Grande (21)
    Undecided - Chris Brown (91)
    Who Do You Love - Chainsmokers/5 Seconds Of Summer (52)
    Wow - Post Malone (2)
    7 Rings - Ariana Grande (1)

    Variety has an article about the new channel:

    https://variety.com/2019/music/news/...ow-1203180594/

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    A countdown of the top 500 songs of the 1980s will begin at noon Eastern time April 5 on SiriusXM Channel 30 and run continuously until April 15 when the 1990s top 500 countdown begins (and will run through April 24). What fun! We'll first hear all the big hits by Prince, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, Phil Collins and Hall & Oates.....and then come the '90s with R. Kelly, Puff Daddy, 2Pac, Michael Bolton, The Notorious B.I.G. and Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony. Gak!

    Billboard partners with SiriusXM for '80s & '90s pop-up channel countdowns

    https://www.billboard.com/articles/c...nel-countdowns

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    This is from RadioInsight.com, April 16 -- and who knew SiriusXM had an "ecosystem"?

    SiriusXM talk shows head to Pandora as podcasts

    The integration of Pandora into SiriusXM's ecosystem has taken another step forward as content from SiriusXM's spoken word channels will come to Pandora in podcast form. The podcasts will vary from full-length episodes of shows to best-of segments. It follows the launch of Pandora NOW as a playlist/station hybrid on both services and bringing Pandora-like playlists to SiriusXM app subscribers since the SiriusXM acquisition of Pandora was completed a few months ago.

    The full list of shows included are:

    Jim Norton & Sam Roberts Interviews
    Larry The Cable Guy Weekly Roundup
    Ricky Gervais Is Deadly Sirius
    Straight From The Hart with Kevin Hart
    Unmasked with Ron Bennington
    A Comic Mind hosted by Jeff Foxworthy
    Andy Cohen Deep & Shallow Interviews
    Sway In The Morning
    Jenny McCarthy's Celebrity Dirt
    Debatable with Mark Goodman & Alan Light
    Feedback with Nik Carter & Lori Majewski
    Jeff Lewis Rants
    The Hoda Show
    Reality Checked: News & Feuds with Amy Phillips
    The Jason Ellis Show
    Entertainment Weekly Celebrity Spotlight
    Michelle Collins Pops The Question
    Joel Osteen Radio
    Trunk Nation with Eddie Trunk
    Busted Open
    Mad Dog Unleashed
    Schein On Sports

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    RadioInsight columnist Sean Ross does not seem to be overly impressed with Pandora NOW but he acknowledges it's a great channel for 18-year-olds who want to hear unedited current hits while they're driving.

    First listen: SiriusXM's Pandora NOW

    https://radioinsight.com/ross/176089...s-pandora-now/

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    Free Bird Radio, the Lynyrd Skynyrd channel, has returned to SiriusXM channel 30 and will run through May 23.

    https://www.ajc.com/blog/music/lynyr...ENLLiZthMcYqK/

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    Here is a small sample of what's being played on the limited-run Free Bird channel.

    SiriusXM Channel 30 – Free Bird

    All Summer Long - Kid Rock (23/2008)
    Back Where You Belong - 38 Special (20/1984)
    Born To Boogie - Hank Williams Jr. (--/1987)
    Don't Ask Me No Questions - Lynyrd Skynyrd (--/1973)
    Every Mother's Son - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/1976)
    Floyd - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/2009)
    Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyrd (19/1974)
    Gimme Back My Bullets - Lynyrd Skynyrd (--/1976)
    God & Guns - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/2009)
    Highway Song - Blackfoot (26/1979)
    Hillbilly Blues - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/1994)
    Hold On Loosely - 38 Special (27/1981)
    I Need You - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/1974)
    Jacksonville Kid - Lynyrd Skynyrd (UR/1977, LP/2000)
    Jessica (Instr.) - Allman Brothers Band (65/1974)
    Keep On Smilin' - Wet Willie (10/1974)
    Look At Little Sister - Stevie Ray Vaughan (--/1985)
    Made In The Shade - Lynyrd Skynyrd (B/1975)
    Mama (Afraid To Say Goodbye) - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/1991)
    O.R.R. - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/1997)
    One More Time - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/1977)
    One Way Out - Allman Brothers Band (86/1962)
    Railroad Song (Live) - Lynyrd Skynyrd (UR/1975, LP/1999)
    Remedy - Black Crowes (48/1992)
    Somehow Somewhere Someway - Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band (--/1997)
    Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd (8/1974)
    That's How I Like It - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/2003)
    Things Goin' On - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/1973)
    Tube Snake Boogie - ZZ Top (103/1981)
    Up On Cripple Creek - The Band (25/1969)
    What's Your Name (Live) - Lynyrd Skynyrd (UR/2018)
    Whiskey Man - Molly Hatchet (--/1979)
    Workin' - Lynyrd Skynyrd (LP/1999)

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    On May 1, the limited-run Prom Radio channel will return to SiriusXM Spotlight, channel 4. It's billed as "musical memories of proms from the '80s, '90s and beyond." Yeah, what could be more romantic than slow-dancing to BLACKstreet's No Diggity, right?

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    Tomorrow, May 15, SiriusXM Spotlight channel 4 will begin a countdown of the top 1,000 country songs of all time. I wonder if the countdown will include Gene Autry, Jimmie Rodgers, Emmett Miller, Eck Robertson, Riley Puckett, Vernon Dalhart, Fiddlin' John Carson, Pappy O'Daniel, the Carter Family, Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers, Gid Tanner & His Skillet Lickers and other artists of the 1920s and '30s. Probably not.

    https://www.siriusxm.com/ltdengagements2/weeklyschedule

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    Three country songs each spent 21 weeks at number one: Eddy Arnold's I'll Hold You In My Heart (1947), Hank Snow's I'm Moving On (1950) and Webb Pierce's In The Jailhose Now (1955) – so which of those was the number-one song on SiriusXM's just-concluded Top 1000 Country Countdown? None of them. Number one was Garth Brooks' Friends In Low Places, which topped the chart for four weeks in 1990. No fair! Number two was Patsy Cline's Crazy and #3 was Dolly Parton's 1982 remake of her 1974 hit I Will Always Love You. No fair!

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