SIRIUS to broadcast WCSN’S FIS World Cup Ski Races

SIRIUS
Satellite Radio, together with World Championship Sports Network (WCSN), will
provide exclusive satellite radio coverage of international alpine skiing
events during the 2007-08 FIS World Cup ski season.

The
2007-08 FIS World Cup season begins Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28
with the Men’s and Women’s Giant Slalom competition at

Soelden,
Austria.
Race coverage of Saturday’s Women’s GS will air on SIRIUS channel 110 starting
at noon ET. Sunday’s Men’s GS will air on SIRIUS channel 151 starting at noon
ET.

The FIS
World Cup features world-class American skiers Bode Miller, Julia Mancuso, Ted
Ligety, Lindsey Kildow, Marco Sullivan and others as they compete against
international men’s and women’s ski racing champions Benjamin Raich (Austria),
Didier Cuche (Switzerland), Aksel Svindal (Norway), Nicole Hosp (Austria),
Marlies Schild (Austria) and Anja Paerson (Sweden) at venues around the world.

SIRIUS
listeners from coast to coast and in Canada will hear comprehensive coverage
from top FIS World Cup stops in Kitzbuehel, Austria; Aspen, Colorado; Val
d’Isere, France; Vancouver, Canada and St. Moritz, Switzerland as well as the
highly-anticipated Men’s and Women’s Alpine World Cup Finals from Bormio, Italy
in March.

“Winter
sports, World Cup skiing, and its rich history in particular, have always been
a feature available to SIRIUS subscribers. Now our subscribers will be able to
follow the performances of the world’s best skiers all season long,” said
Scott Greenstein, SIRIUS’ President of Entertainment and Sports. “These
races represent the kind of exciting, niche programming we offer that gives
listeners access to athletes and events that they won’t find anywhere else on
radio.”

“Partnering
with SIRIUS to bring coverage of the FIS World Cup season showcases WCSN’s
commitment to provide unparalleled coverage and distribution of Olympic and
lifestyle sports,” said WCSN President and COO Carlos Silva. “The
SIRIUS and WCSN partnership will ensure fans are able to catch the exciting
alpine ski season in its entirety.”