I'm starting a new XM Attack on my XM Attack blog. Well, actually I started yesterday, but I didn't post it until today. I'm not going report here every time I put up a post there, don't worry about that.
What is XM Attack? It's what I call my intense listening to sattelite radio. I subscribe to XM and when I started XM and Sirius were rivals. Each day I listen to one channel for an hour. I record what I've listened to and my thoughts on the channel. It's a way for me to discover all the channels XM has to offer. With a new channel lineup implemented May 9, I decided this was a good time to do another one.
If you want to check out the post it is here: XM Attack: (((75))) SiriusXM Pops
I love XM radio. It's not for everyone. It's a pay service, a subscription, so if you don't listen to radio that much then it's not your worth your while. I love radio, so this is great for me. Plus, I get baseball. Baseball is my favorite sport in the entire world. I'm not always near a TV to watch my Atlanta Braves. Having XM I can listen to the radio broadcast. It is the home team's broadcast so it's not always Atlanta, but it's better than nothing. If I had the online service I could get all Atlanta broadcasts but I don't think it's worth it unless I have a smart phone or a tablet. It's good because even though I live in SC I don't always have access to the radio broadcast. I don't know. Reasons like Clemson is more important, Sunday football is more important, I even think they broadcast Greenville Drive games on the radio.
More importantly, XM is about variety. You can't always guarantee that in terrestrial radio.