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SIRIUS OutQ Honors International Day of AIDS Awareness
Date:11/28/2007

'OutQ in the Morning with Larry Flick' presents World AIDS Day Special

exclusively on SIRIUS Satellite Radio Interview with Madonna and exclusive performances from Cyndi Lauper, Indigo

Girls, Travis, Joss Stone, Erasure's Andy Bell and others

NEW YORK, Nov. 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SIRIUS Satellite Radio (Nasdaq: SIRI) today announced that it will honor World AIDS Day -- Saturday, December 1 -- with an exclusive broadcast event on SIRIUS OutQ 109, the nation's first and only 24/7 GLBT Radio channel. World AIDS Day 2007: A Celebration of Life and Hope will be hosted by OutQ in the Morning's Larry Flick from Noon - 6 pm ET.

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Flick will preside over the live six-hour event, interspersing exclusive musical performances with discussions with medical experts, pioneering activists, and SIRIUS listeners sharing their stories and perspectives on the ongoing battle against HIV/AIDS and the progress being made across the GLBT community.

This extraordinary event unites world-renowned musicians, leaders from the GLBT community, and listeners from the SIRIUS OutQ audience for a broadcast devoted entirely to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The broadcast will include an interview with Madonna and exclusive performances by Cyndi Lauper, Indigo Girls, Travis, Joss Stone, Erasure's Andy Bell, Jimmy Somerville, Marc Cohn, Leann Rimes, Littlehorse, and others.

World AIDS Day is annually observed on December 1st and is dedicated to raising awareness of the global AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection. Since World AIDS Day orig
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