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Cosmo Radio

Cosmo Radio
Broadcast area United States
Canada
Branding xL Cosmo Radio
Frequency SR109
XM109
First air date March 14, 2006 (left the air October 25, 2013)
Format Women's Talk
Owner Cosmopolitan Magazine
Sirius XM Radio
Website www.sirius.com/cosmo

Cosmo Radio was a channel on Sirius XM Radio. The station launched on March 14, 2006 as a collaboration between SIRIUS Satellite Radio and Cosmopolitan magazine. The programs featured everything that Cosmopolitan offered like advice on sex, love, and relationships, beauty and fashion tips, celebrity news and music.

Programming on Cosmo Radio included interviews with Cosmopolitan's expert editors, including Editor in Chief Kate White, on everything from astrological predictions to snagging the man of your dreams. The shows also featured celebrity guests talking about their latest projects as well as readers sharing their own experiences.

Originally a Sirius-only channel, the channel was added to XM Satellite Radio on November 12, 2008. It went off the air on October 25, 2013.

Off the air

In October, 2013, Cosmo Radio elected to no longer continue with its radio offering on Sirius XM. The last day that Cosmo Radio was broadcast was Friday, October 25.[1]

Programming lineup before going off air

  • Wake up! With Taylor from 7am to 10am EST

References

  1. ^ "@CosmoRadio Twitter". Retrieved 2013-10-24. 
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