'Oprah's Lifeclass' Looks to Add New Spark to Oprah Winfrey Radio

By Justin Sarachik, Christian Post Reporter
November 2, 2011|2:30 pm

Oprah Winfrey has launched a daily OWN show on SiriusXM Oprah Radio that shares the talk show host's favorite moments and best lessons learned in the 25-year run of "The Oprah Show."

The new show is called "Oprah's Lifeclass" and will be airing on Oprah Radio.

"I look forward to sharing the lessons, revelations and 'aha' moments of the past 25 years of 'The Oprah Show' I've experienced with SiriusXM Oprah Radio listeners across the country," said Winfrey.

President and Chief Content Officer of SiriusXM, Scott Greenstein said, "Oprah Radio on SiriusXM is the ultimate destination for Oprah's millions of fans. We are excited to bring this unique look at one of the most storied shows in television history to our listeners across the country and continue to connect them to Oprah's world 24/7 wherever they are."

The show will air weekdays at 1:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST on Oprah Radio (XM channel 111 and Sirius channel 204 with Sirius Premier, formerly the "Best of XM") the day after it airs on the TV station OWN.

Also new to the station, is Rosie O'Donnell's "The Rosie Show," airing weekdays at 12:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. EST on Oprah Radio the day after it airs on OWN.

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"Oprah's Lifeclass" and "The Rosie Show" will air back-to-back episodes on Oprah Radio throughout the week since they started on OWN Oct. 10.

SiriusXM broadcasts more than 135 satellite radio channels of commercial-free music, along with premier sports, news, talk, entertainment, traffic, weather, to about 21 million subscribers.

The companies' programming is available on more than 800 devices, including pre-installed and after-market radios in cars, trucks, boats and aircraft, smartphones and mobile devices, and consumer electronics products for homes and offices.

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