XM satellite home of BCS, Bode Miller Launches SkiSpace.com

XM will be
the exclusive satellite radio network for all five Bowl Championship Series
(BCS) football games in January 2008.

XM will air the Allstate BCS National Championship,
the FedEx Orange Bowl, the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, the AllState Sugar Bowl, and the
Rose Bowl Presented by Citi to its 8.5 million subscribers. “With the
expansion of college football on XM this season, more than 1.3 million
listeners are tuning into XM every Saturday to hear the games,” said Eric
Logan, XM executive vice president, programming. “XM is now the satellite
radio home for all five BCS games, which bolsters our standing as the ultimate
destination for college sports fans.”

Bode
Miller, a US Ski racer, has launched the web 2.0 social network, entitled
SkiSpace.com. The online community seeks to be the definitive destination for
ski and snow sports enthusiasts around the world. Miller, who co-owns
SkiSpace.com, will serve as CEO of the company, which is being launched by
PathConnect.com. PathConnect’s founder Ryan Blair, will serve as COO.

SkiSpace.com
offers users weather updates, vacation planning, equipment sales and ski reports.
Additionally, it provides members with the ability to share user-generated
content such as mobile blogging, photo uploads, skiing action videos and ski
lifestyle videos.

“Skiing
is a sport that’s able to unite passionate people across the globe,”
declares Miller. “Its popularity in

America and abroad continues to grow
and numbers in the tens of millions. I have always felt that the best way for
people to learn to ski is to jump in headfirst and just hit the slopes. I have
jumped headfirst into SkiSpace and even produced my own video to get people
excited about the type of content users can expect to see. This is a site for
skiers by skiers and I’m excited to launch it.”

SkiSpace.com
officially went live in beta on December 1st at a launch party co-partnered with
WCSN (World Championship Sports Network) and HEAD USA.