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ReachMD on XM Satellite Radio Moves to Channel 245 Effective May 9, 2013
Date:5/7/2013

Fort Washington, PA (PRWEB) May 07, 2013

ReachMD, an award-winning producer and nationwide distributor of healthcare information and education for medical professionals, announced today its XM Satellite Radio channel will move to XM 245 from XM 167 effective May 9, 2013, as part of an XM Satellite Radio channel reordering.

“This move by XM Satellite Radio is done to further improve the listening experience by aligning ReachMD XM Channel 245 with other talk and news channels,” said Art Marchesini, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at ReachMD.

The free ReachMD MedicalRadio app, ReachMD.com XM live streaming, and ReachMD podcasts will not need any updates or be affected in any way.

ReachMD launched the first national radio channel for medical professionals in April 2007 on XM Satellite Radio. Nearly 350,000 healthcare professionals listen to ReachMD weekly on XM Satellite Radio, according to independent market research. More than 160,000 own the free ReachMD mobile apps.

ReachMD listeners with questions about the channel change may contact info(at)ReachMD(dot)com.

About ReachMD
ReachMD is the first and only national radio channel for healthcare professionals that broadcasts information and education 24/7 on XM Satellite Channel 245, streams simulcasts on ReachMD.com, offers on-demand podcasts online and through the ReachMD MedicalRadio app, and communicates weekly with subscribers through e-programming guides. ReachMD leverages its proprietary broadcast technologies to deliver compelling content geared to help time-constrained healthcare professionals stay abreast of research, expert commentary, treatment protocols, conferen
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