Sirius just relaunched channel 127 as Sirius "Progress", but they don't seem to have Thom's show included in the line up. Today it was the god awful Michael Signorelli Show. If this is the case, I'm cancelling my subscription. Hartmann was the only reason I subscribed to Sirius.

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Thom is off of Sirius?

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Argonaut729's picture
Argonaut729 1 year 14 weeks ago
#1

I noticed that today, and that is why I'm here, what gives? I want to hear Thom!

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thomhartmann 1 year 14 weeks ago
#2

They chose to delay our show by six hours, to make room for content which they own and produce. This was not our choice, and we didn't know about it until pretty much the last minute... We are live on their web stream and app…

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Bob Carson 1 year 14 weeks ago
#3

Thanks, Thom. I am a subscriber of your podcasts. I guess that is the only way I am going to listen, as I cancel my Sirius subscription.

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leontrollski 1 year 14 weeks ago
#4

I am not a Sirius subscriber so your going off the air there does not affect me other than a realization that your media footprint has been reduced. Are there any efforts to expand your over the air broadcast presence to new areas and areas where your signal has been lost?

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Art G 1 year 7 weeks ago
#5

It's good to post your comments here and share your thoughts with other members of Thom discussion board community but as Thom himself notes, this was not his decision and he cannot do anything about it. The best thing you can do is to contact SiriusXM directly and let them know that you object to this change and that it may effect any future decisions you make in regard to renewing your subscription.

You can and should contact SiriusXM by sending them an email at:

listenercare@siriusxm.com

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