Hear up-to-the-minute Inauguration Day coverage, commentary & more on SiriusXM

As President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris are officially sworn into office on January 20, SiriusXM’s lineup of political channels will be airing live coverage and special segments.


For commentary representing all sides of the political spectrum, SiriusXM POTUS Politics (Ch. 124) will cover all events on Inauguration Day, with Julie Mason hosting live coverage of the Presidential Oath of Office from 12pm to 2pm ET.


SiriusXM Urban View (Ch. 126) will be serving up dynamic discourse about the day’s events from prominent Black voices, including Aida Rodriguez sharing commentary in her show from 10am to 12pm ET, Heather B. dipping into the swearing in ceremony at 12pm ET, and Clay Cane taking over the discussion from 1pm to 3pm ET during his show.


Join partners in feminism Zerlina Maxwell and Jess McIntosh on SiriusXM Progress (Ch. 127) from 11am to 2pm ET as they speak with guests and callers, share updates, and air a live-feed of the inauguration.


SiriusXM’s home for comprehensive conservative viewpoints, SiriusXM Patriot (Ch. 125), will also be airing its own live coverage of the swearing-in ceremony and Joe Biden’s acceptance speech.


Wonder where the economy will go from here? Business Radio (Ch. 132) will air the Business of the Future of Our Economy special at 11am ET with guests Charles Payne (host of Making Money with Charles Payne and CEO/principal financial analyst of Wall Street Strategies), Kent Smetters (Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, Faculty Director of The Penn Wharton Budget Model, and host of Your Money on Business Radio), and more as they discuss what the economic future holds in light of Biden’s inauguration and other recent developments.


To coincide with the swearing-in of the 46th President of the United States, CNN Originals (Ch. 121) will air a marathon of the miniseries Race for the White House. Listen as we journey through some of the most high-stakes presidential elections throughout our history from 7am to 7pm ET.

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