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SIRIUS Satellite Radio to Launch 'Doctor Radio,' a Groundbreaking, 24/7 Health and Wellness Channel, in Partnership With NYU Medical Center

World-Class Doctors from one of the Nation's Premier Centers for Medical

and Health Care, Research, and Medical Education will Host Live call-in format will give listeners access to first-class doctors

NEW YORK, Nov. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SIRIUS Satellite Radio (Nasdaq: SIRI) and NYU Medical Center today announced the creation of "Doctor Radio Powered by NYU Medical Center," an exclusive, pioneering, 24/7 radio channel featuring easily accessible information on health, wellness, and medical issues, from the physical to the psychological, brought to you by world-class doctors.

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Doctor Radio, created exclusively in collaboration with NYU Medical Center, will air on SIRIUS channel 119, with an expected launch in early 2008. Doctor Radio will feature more than two dozen respected doctors as regular weekly hosts, many of whom are "teaching" doctors at the NYU School of Medicine, plus physicians and medical experts from around the world as special hosts and guests.

To serve Americans' hunger for health, medical and wellness information, SIRIUS' Doctor Radio will cover the human condition and the complexities of the bodies we inhabit, as well as entertain a little bit along the way. Doctor Radio will give listeners direct access to the best doctors in every field, breaking down barriers between the medical world and the everyday world, and giving listeners information to make important decisions about their health and well-being. NYU Medical Center doctors will take new medical research and findings and translate them into easy-to-understand advice and knowledge in an innovative and new way to better peoples' lives.

Among the diverse array of subjects covered are how to know if you are at risk for a heart attack and high blood pressure; the psychology of everyone from serial killers to college students; what really goes on inside the emergency room and how it compares to television shows like ER and House; what parents can do to cope with children suffering from ADD; stories from the operating room, and why it might be better to hold off on getting that long- awaited nose job; and important things to know before reaching for that Viagra pill on your way to the bedroom. Speaking candidly to address real-life medical matters and scenarios, doctors on the channel will even dissect sports injuries from the past weekend's big games.

"Doctor Radio Powered by NYU Medical Center will be among the most definitive health, medical and wellness resource for people everywhere," said Scott Greenstein, SIRIUS' President, Entertainment and Sports. "For the mere cost of a subscription to SIRIUS, our listeners will receive unique access to some of the best doctors in the privacy and comfort of their own car or home."

"Doctor Radio on SIRIUS represents the wave of the future for personal medical advice and knowledge," said Robert I. Grossman, the Saul J. Farber Dean and CEO of NYU Medical Center. "Every American is affected by medical issues. And so to have NYU's expert team of teaching doctors, and other world- class experts, easily accessible to SIRIUS' diverse national audience represents a level of connection and outreach we could not accomplish any other way."

Doctor Radio will be an advertiser-supported channel, providing a commercial platform on radio for a variety of health, medical, and pharmaceutical companies.


SIRIUS, "The Best Radio on Radio," delivers more than 130 channels of the best programming in all of radio. SIRIUS is the original and only home of 100% commercial free music channels in satellite radio, offering 69 music channels. SIRIUS also delivers 65 channels of sports, news, talk, entertainment, traffic, weather and data. SIRIUS is the Official Satellite Radio Partner of the NFL, NASCAR and NBA, and broadcasts live play-by-play games of the NFL and NBA, as well as live NASCAR races. All SIRIUS programming is available for a monthly subscription fee of only $12.95.

SIRIUS Internet Radio (SIR) is a CD-quality, Internet-only version of the SIRIUS radio service, without the use of a radio, for the monthly subscription fee of $12.95. SIR delivers more than 80 channels of talk, entertainment, sports, and 100% commercial free music.

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About NYU Medical Center

With roots stretching back over 160 years, NYU Medical Center is a national leader in patient care, scientific research, and the education and training of physicians. With pioneering programs that span the nation's oldest and largest Department of Dermatology and first Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (the NYU Child Study Center) in 90 years, the Medical Center's patient care facilities include Tisch Hospital, an acute-care tertiary center; the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, which-the first and one of the largest of its kind-has ranked first in New York State for 18 years in a row; NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases, one of only five orthopedic/rheumatology hospitals in the world; and major multispecialty ambulatory facilities, one for cancer patients and the other for children. Together, these patient-care facilities ranked as one of "America's Best Hospitals" in a dozen key specialties, and have scored among the best in the country for the safety and quality of care.

NYU Medical Center's vibrant research programs, which involve both the Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, a prestigious basic research facility, and the new Smilow Research Center, devoted to translational (patient-oriented) medicine, continue to build on a proud tradition of responsiveness to urgent public health issues of the day. Graduates and faculty of the School of Medicine have contributed to the control of tuberculosis, diphtheria, yellow fever, and venereal disease; the development of vaccines for hepatitis B, polio, and cancer; advances in the treatment and prevention of stroke and heart disease; the introduction of minimally invasive surgical techniques; and a range of other medical breakthroughs.

With its post-graduate arm, NYU School of Medicine trains physicians at each stage of their profession-as medical students, residents, fellows, and doctors already in practice. The School of Medicine, offers maintains affiliations with several leading area hospitals, including Bellevue Hospital, the nation's oldest public hospital; and the Veterans Affairs New York Harbor Healthcare System. NYU School of Medicine ranks 4th in the nation in the percentage of alumni who go on to become full-time faculty in U.S. medical schools.



Hillary Schupf



Pam McDonnell

NYU Medical Center

Director, Media Relations


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