Martha Stewart Living Radio

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Martha Stewart Living Radio
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Broadcast area United States
Branding Martha Stewart Living Radio
Slogan Where you can learn something new everyday
Frequency Sirius XM Radio110
First air date November 1, 2006
Last air date February 18, 2013
Format Talk radio
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner Sirius Satellite Radio / Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia

Martha Stewart Living Radio was a 24-hour satellite radio station on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 110 produced by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. The station aired a variety of programming hosted by the company's team of experts, covering topics related to the domestic arts, including day and date reruns of the company's flagship television program Martha. In addition, Martha Stewart Living Radio also aired a weekday-evening talk show co-hosted by Martha Stewart's daughter Alexis Stewart, Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer.

Following the Sirius / XM merger, Martha Stewart Living Radio was added to XM on 2008-09-30 as part of its "Best of Sirius" package and broadcasts on channel 157, but was moved to channel 110 on May 4, 2011.

Martha Stewart Living Radio ceased production and broadcasting on February 18, 2013. Martha Steward hosted a 2-hour show on Sirius XM Stars channel 107 Mon-Fri from noon-2pm, called "Martha Live", from 2013 to 2015.[1] Archives of broadcasts from the former Martha Stewart Living Radio can be accessed online and via SiriusXM radio app for smartphones.


See also


  1. ^ Ritchie, Andrew (2015-02-26). "MARTHA MOMENTS: Martha is Planning a New Radio Show". MARTHA MOMENTS. Retrieved 2017-11-09.

External links

  • Martha Stewart Living Radio
  • Martha Stewart Living Radio on Sirius
  • Martha Stewart Living Radio (XM Page)
  • Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer homepage
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