NEW YORK, March 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Sirius NFL Radio, Sirius XM Radio's (Nasdaq: SIRI) NFL talk channel, will continue to provide fans with a daily stream of news and information on the National Football League, the players, and the current NFL work stoppage.
Sirius NFL Radio hosts will provide updates and analysis, and discuss team rosters, the upcoming NFL Draft and other developments. Listeners will hear interviews with the people on both sides of the issues, including league executives and coaches as well as player representatives and many of the players around the league.
This Thursday and Friday, March 17-18, Sirius NFL Radio's Jim Miller and Alex Marvez will broadcast live from Marco Island, FL, where NFL players will be meeting. On Monday and Tuesday, March 21-22, Sirius NFL Radio's Tim Ryan and Pat Kirwan will host their show from the location of the NFL owners meetings in New Orleans, LA. Hosts at both sites will report on the latest news from the meetings and interview players, owners, league officials and others.
Sirius NFL Radio also serves as a forum that allows NFL fans around the country to call in to voice their own opinions on the labor situation and discuss many other non-labor-related topics, including April's NFL Draft, team personnel needs, and the NFL prospects coming out of the college ranks.
Sirius NFL Radio is available nationwide on channel 124 for Sirius subscribers and XM subscribers with the "Best of Sirius" programming package. Sirius NFL Radio airs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and features a daily live programming schedule hosted by a roster of NFL experts that includes former players, coaches, team executives and journalists.
Visit www.siriusxm.com/nfl for programming information.
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