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News: SiriusXM Adds “Rotten Tomatoes Radio” To The Stars Too Channel

Beginning next week, SiriusXM will be broadcasting a new Rotten Tomatoes Radio show on the Stars Too channel. Here is the info via prnewswire.com

Rotten Tomatoes Radio will be hosted by Matt Atchity, Editor-in-Chief of Rotten Tomatoes, live from the Los Angeles headquarters of the Web’s most popular movie review destination. Atchity will also preview and recap new movie releases during special segments across various SiriusXM channels that feature the Tomatometerâ„¢, Rotten Tomatoes’ own movie rating system. SiriusXM listeners will also get the latest box office news, reviews and interviews about movies and the film industry, plus special editions of the show broadcast from red carpets and movie industry events.

Rotten Tomatoes Radio will premiere on Thursday, June 7 at 6:00 pm and air weekly on Thursdays at 6:00 pm, with encore broadcasts airing Fridays at 6:00 am and 7:00 pm, and Saturdays at 8:00 am and 4:00 pm (all times ET) on SiriusXM Stars Too, channel 104, and on SiriusXM Internet Radio online and via smartphones and other connected devices. Listeners can register for a 7-day trial to get SiriusXM Internet Radio online and on Apple and Android smartphones and other connected devices.

I was a fan of the TV show on Current, and I’ve been a fan of the site since its creation. I’m definitely looking forward to catching some of the shows on SiriusXM. The evening times and weekend times don’t necessarily jive with when I’m in the car though. Would be perfect if it was an AM show or early PM show for the drive to and from work. But, that’s just me complaining.

You can get more info via SiriusXM and Rotten Tomatoes

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Michael Cantrell

Film enthusiast and observer of miscellaneous web findings. Living and working in the Inland Empire, Southern California. Acquired a Bachelor's degree in Television/Film, which is sitting in a file cabinet hidden from the world. General film interests are with independent films, comedies, science fiction and drama. Contributor over at http://whennerdsattack.com