XM Redefines the Listening Experience With All-New Radio Featuring Advanced Browsing Technology

XpressRC, first-ever satellite radio featuring full-color split-screen display, 60-minute replay and song storage, will be music to subscribers' ears

WASHINGTON, Aug. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- XM (NASDAQ: XMSR), the nation's leading satellite radio company, today unveiled an all-new radio that provides the richest possible listening experience, allowing listeners to fully immerse themselves in XM's impressive breadth of dynamic content. The XpressRC features advanced browsing capability with a real-time programming guide displaying multiple channel information, artist names and song titles. The XpressRC will redefine the music lover's listening experience with a vibrant full-color split-screen display, 60-minute pause and replay, and the ability to save up to 10 favorite songs to listen to later. (Photos available online at: http://xmradio.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=pageE)

"You don't live in a black and white world, so why should your XM experience be limited to black and white? The XpressRC is vibrant and offers a wealth of features and functions, ensuring the richest satellite radio experience available," said Vernon Irvin, XM Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. "The debut unit promises to take music, sports and entertainment lovers by surprise, reinventing the way they receive and experience XM content. The listening experience will never be the same."

  The XpressRC features:
  -- A stunning customizable, color display that allows XM listeners to view
     the content they want, including channel, artist name and song title.
     The split-screen lets listeners view the current channel information on
     the left side, while browsing to view what is playing on up to three
     different channels on the right side. The split-screen allows listeners
     to easily browse to discover what XM content is playing on multiple
     favorite channels without having to change the dial.
  -- A buffer that saves the last 60 minutes of programming so listeners can
     easily replay what they just heard.  XpressRC users can also pause the
     XM programming they are listening to with the option to play that
     programming as long as it is within the 60-minute timeframe and the
     unit is not powered off.  Never miss a beat, sports play or news item
     again.
  -- The ability to easily save up to 10 favorite songs for future
     listening.  The split-screen option enables listeners to see the artist
     and song that is currently playing on the left side of the screen, and
     view up to five other saved songs on the right side at the same time.
  -- Quick channel navigation with the option to pre-set up to 10 favorite
     channels, or press number buttons to enter and move directly to the
     desired channel.  The new radio also features a remote control with
     pause, replay and direct channel entry buttons.  The radio display
     automatically adjusts brightness from day to night while in the car and
     includes a customizable stock and sports ticker.  It also includes a
     TuneSelect feature that alerts listeners whenever their favorite songs,
     artists or sports teams are being played on another channel.

The XpressRC is compact and lightweight and can move easily from the car to a second vehicle, the home and the office with additional accessories.

The XpressRC includes a new FrequencyFinder feature, which conveniently scans and locates FM frequencies for listening to XM through your FM radio.

Manufactured by Delphi, the new XpressRC radio will be available beginning fall 2007 for a suggested retail price of $169.99.

The XpressRC joins a family of Xpress plug-and-play radio products, including: the entry-level XpressEZ, mid-tier Xpress, and the XpressR split-screen radio with 30-minute pause and replay.

To learn more or pre-order the XpressRC, visit http://www.xmradio.com/xpressrc.

Today discovering new XM content just got easier. With 170 channels to find what turns you on, there's always something surprising just a channel away: a new song, an old favorite, a story, breaking news or a big game.

About XM

XM (NASDAQ: XMSR) is America's number one satellite radio company with more than 8.2 million subscribers. Broadcasting live daily from studios in Washington, DC, New York City, Chicago, the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Toronto and Montreal, XM's 2007 lineup includes more than 170 digital channels of choice from coast to coast: commercial-free music, premier sports, news, talk radio, comedy, children's and entertainment programming; and the most advanced traffic and weather information.

XM, the leader in satellite-delivered entertainment and data services for the automobile market through partnerships with Ferrari, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Nissan, Porsche, Subaru, Suzuki and Toyota is available in 140 different vehicle models for 2007. XM's industry-leading products are available at consumer electronics retailers nationwide. For more information about XM hardware, programming and partnerships, please visit http://www.xmradio.com/.

About Delphi

Delphi was the first company to integrate a radio into the dashboard in 1936, the first to bring satellite radio to the vehicle in 2001 and the first to bring a portable satellite radio to the market in 2002. To date, Delphi has sold more than 15 million satellite radio receivers and accessories. In fact, three out of four satellite radio subscribers listen on Delphi hardware. Delphi continues to expand its in-vehicle and consumer electronics technologies and offers a broad portfolio of products to answer a wide variety of information and entertainment needs. For more information, visit http://www.delphi.com/media.

Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements in this press release include demand for XM Satellite Radio's service, the Company's dependence on technology and third party vendors, its potential need for additional financing, as well as other risks described in XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc.'s Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on 3-1-07. Copies of the filing are available upon request from XM Radio's Investor Relations Department.

SOURCE: XM

CONTACT: Marie Farrar of XM, +1-202-380-4151, marie.farrar@xmradio.com

Web site: http://www.xmradio.com/
http:www.delphi.com/media