SiriusXM Launches Halloween Channels and Celebrity Specials for Unparalleled Halloween Radio
SiriusXM launches "Scare Nation," an all-KISS limited-run channel showcasing the band's career; special Halloween edition of SiriusXM's "Town Hall with KISS" to feature the legendary rock band
"Scream Radio" channel is the ultimate Halloween soundtrack of creepy, spooky sounds for trick-or-treating and partying; includes exclusive scary-sound mixes by Larry the Cable Guy, Christopher Lloyd, and more
Broadcasts from top Halloween parties: Lance Bass from the "Halloweenie" party at The Lot in Hollywood; Frank DeCaro, from Bette Midler's "Hulaween"
Additional channels are dedicated to broadcasts of scary stories and classic Halloween episodes of radio shows past
Scream Radio, the limited-run channel, is the ultimate scary sound-effect soundtrack for everyone trick-or-treating, hosting
As part of the
SiriusXM also launches Scare Nation, an all-KISS, limited-run channel scheduled to air
In addition, SiriusXM will broadcast
Martha Stewart Living Radio (SiriusXM channel 110): Starting
SiriusXM Book Radio (SiriusXM channel 80) transforms into Boo!k Radio, offering listeners non-stop scary stories, starting
SiriusXM RadioClassics (SiriusXM channel 82) becomes "The Golden Age of
Cinemagic (SiriusXM channel 750):
BuzzFeed Radio hosts
Experts on Doctor Radio (SiriusXM channel 81) offer tips to help kids overcome phobias and fears; avoid skin allergies to face paint and hair dyes; and prevent dental issues from candy consumption.
Kids Place Live (SiriusXM channel 78) features its annual "Pumpkin Jam," spooky, but not too scary, songs and stories for kids'
SiriusXM listeners across the country will have access to five hours of spooky sounds and other
Get details for Scream Radio and all the special programming across SiriusXM, and build your own spooky soundtrack with our interactive soundboard at www.siriusxm.com/halloween.
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