Here at SiriusXM, where we make sure to represent every aspect of the political landscape, the State of the Union address on Tuesday, January 28 is the perfect opportunity to look at politics in America from every angle. Beginning at 9 pm ET, POTUS, SiriusXM Progress, SiriusXM Patriot and Urban View will be airing President Obama’s speech followed by thorough and thoughtful commentary from SiriusXM hosts and special guests. Below is a break down of special programming by channel.
POTUS, Ch. 124
Tim Farley anchors coverage of the State of the Union with Washington journalist Jon Decker inside the Capitol with reaction. Afterwards, Tim and Jon are joined by POTUS hosts Michael Smerconish, Julie Mason and White House reporter Jared Rizzi for non-partisan analysis.
SiriusXM Progress, Ch. 127
SiriusXM Progress hosts Mark Thompson, Michelangelo Signorile, and Ari Rabin-Havt join together for instant progressive analysis of the State of Union and open the phones for your calls and reaction.
SiriusXM Patriot, Ch. 125
SiriusXM Patriot’s David Webb breaks down the State of the Union with a panel of experts, including Neil Munro of the Daily Caller and Susan Crabtree from the Washington Examiner. Former Republican National Committee Chairman Mike Duncan joins Andrew Wilkow on Wednesday’s The Wilkow Majority with additional analysis.
In anticipation of tonight’s speech, Mike Church previews the State of the Union and how the media even ruined it with monumental Super Bowl-style coverage for a speech that in reality has almost zero effect on policy or public opinion. The quality of the speech itself has fallen as well, Mike says, ever since Presidents started employing speech writers to do their work for them.
SiriusXM Urban View, Ch. 110
Urban View host Wilmer Leon offers State of the Union commentary and analysis and takes listener calls immediately following the speech. Wednesday morning, Joe Madison is live with first-hand accounts and insights from attending the address on Tuesday night.
In anticipation of the president’s speech, senior adviser to the president Valerie Jarrett stopped by the Joe Madison show to discuss the new minimum wage order for federal employees to $10.10 with cost of living increases periodically that the president is announcing tonight.