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Sirius XM Stars

SIRIUS XM Stars
Current Sirius XM Stars logo, used since April 2009
Broadcast area United States
Canada
Branding xL SIRIUSXMStars
Slogan Our flagship talk station featuring unique and diverse programs for women all in one great place
Frequency Sirius XM Radio 107
Format Women's Talk and Entertainment
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner Sirius XM Radio
Website Sirius XM Stars
Original Sirius XM Stars logo from November 2008-April 2009. Prior to November 2008, the text said "Sirius" instead of "Sirius XM."

SIRIUS XM Stars is the result of a merger between XM's Take Five and Sirius' Sirius Stars. It was once the flagship talk station on SIRIUS Satellite Radio, but now has shifted focus as a talk destination for women. Not all content is shared across the two satellite radio services.

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