Baseball Fans Get Four Different Broadcasts of Every World Series Game on XM Satellite Radio

Satellite Radio will air four different broadcasts of each World Series game —
the home team, visiting team, national radio, and Spanish broadcasts —
starting with Game 1 this Wednesday, October 24, at 8:00 pm ET/5:00 pm PT.

When the
Boston Red Sox host the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday, the Red Sox broadcast
will air nationwide on XM channel 176 while the
broadcast airs on XM channel 183. The national radio feed can be heard on XM
channel 189, and the Spanish feed will air on XM channel 174.

A full
schedule of World Series broadcasts on XM is available online at

addition to the live game coverage, baseball fans can tune into news and
analysis on the 24-hour baseball talk radio channel MLB Home Plate (XM channel

is the ultimate radio sport, and XM is able to provide more coverage of the
World Series than anyone else on the radio,” said Chuck Dickemann, XM
senior director, MLB programming. “Not only will you get four broadcasts
of each game, you’ll get extraordinary pre-game and post-game coverage from the
stadium on the MLB Home Plate channel with a full roster of XM talent — Mark
Patrick, Charley Steiner, Ronnie Lane, Joe Castellano and Holden Kushner —
plus those who played the game: Buck Martinez, Rob Dibble, Kevin Kennedy, Bill
Ripken and Mark Sweeney.”

XM is the
exclusive satellite radio network for Major League Baseball. XM airs every game
for every MLB team throughout the season and postseason.

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