DirecTV Partners With XM

DirecTV with XMSeems natural that DirecTV would partner with XM at some point, given Dish’s Sirius dealings. DirecTV is charging customers a total of zero dollars for this enchancement.

DirecTV says: As part of DIRECTV’s dedication to offering the best in entertainment to its customers, beginning Nov. 15, 2005, 72 channels of XM’s quality music, children’s, and talk programming will be available via DIRECTV, nearly doubling its current audio programming lineup at no additional cost. In addition to music channels and children’s programming, XM will provide XM’s Major League Baseball “Home Plate” talk radio channel, and its High Voltage channel, featuring talk radio stars Opie and Anthony.

3 thoughts on “DirecTV Partners With XM”

  1. How long before we see Dish teaming up with Sirius?
    You’re kidding…right?
    Sirius has provided music channels to Dish since 2004.
    I’m surprised it took this long for DirectTV and XM to hook up.

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