In the last trading session, the stock price of Sirius XM Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:SIRI) gained more than 1% to close the day at $5.43. The gains came at a share volume of 32.60 million compared to average share volume of 17.19 million.
More recently, SiriusXM and Howard Stern reported that his exclusive Sirius XM channel named Howard 100 will turn all interviews, all the time, rejoicing his best conversations of 2017. This program kicked off at midnight on December 18, 2017. Popular for his best-in-career provocative, deeply engaging and insightful interviews, Stern is known as one of the most engrossing and deft celebrity interviewers in the business. He is a sought-after stop for celebrities setting the record straight or selling a movie.
Throughout this year, Stern discussed at length with certain biggest musicians, comedians, newsmakers and actors, getting them to reveal stories they would not disclose to anyone else. For the first time, this channel of Stern will be dedicated completely to these interviews, including Scarlett Johansson, David Letterman, Miley Cyrus, Kevin Hart, Adam Sandler, Jerry Seinfeld, Adam Levine, Robert Plant, Jon Stewart, Sarah Silverman and more, and news figures moving from Robert O’Neill to Rachel Maddow.
Howard Stern’s another Sirius XM channel named Howard 101 will be dedicated to the greatest highlights from 2017. “Howard 101: Everything Else” will showcase his leading comedic moments with his staff, unusual superfans, characters, prank phone calls, stunts and impersonations, as Stern continues to surpass old levels of satire and comedy.
Sirius XM users with streaming access can even listen to Sirius XM’s over 200 channels at house on a broad variety of connected devices counting smart TVs, Apple TV, Sony PlayStation, Amazon Alexa devices, Sonos speakers and many more. As it is known, Sirius XM is the largest radio company by revenue in the world.