‘Dan Patrick Show’ to Air Nationwide on XM Satellite Radio

XM
Satellite Radio and The Content Factory, a Chicago-based content distribution
company, announced Dan Patrick’s national radio show will air on the sports
talk channel XM Sports Nation starting January 21.

Fans
across the country can hear Patrick’s renowned insight and humor on “The
Dan Patrick Show” on XM Sports Nation (XM channel 144) every weekday from
10 a.m. to 12 noon ET/7 a.m. to 9 a.m. PT.

Patrick
premiered his new syndicated radio show in October. In addition to the radio
show, Patrick recently joined Sports Illustrated as a senior writer for the
magazine and SI.com, and will re-launch DanPatrick.com in February 2008. Prior
to joining the Content Factory, Patrick spent 18 years at ESPN, where he served
as an anchor on “SportsCenter” and, for the past eight years, hosted
his ESPN Radio show.

“We
are excited about being part of XM Satellite’s powerful programming
line-up,” said Dan Patrick. “The Dan Patrick show has quickly
developed a strong terrestrial radio affiliate network and we look forward to
expanding our reach to XM’s millions of subscribers from coast to coast. When
we launched the show, it was our goal to provide an unparalleled listener
experience and we are thrilled to bring our program to

America’s
number one satellite radio company.”

“People
who love sports love to listen to Dan Patrick on the radio, and now you can
hear Dan on XM wherever you are, from coast to coast,” said Kevin Straley,
XM senior vice president of news, sports, and talk programming. “Dan
Patrick is one of the biggest names in sports broadcasting, and his show is a
fantastic addition to XM Sports Nation on channel 144.”

Patrick
continues to make national news by interviewing some of the biggest names in
sports and entertainment. Senator John McCain, U.S. Rep. Tom Davis and former

Oakland
A’s slugger Jose Canseco all made headlines on “The Dan Patrick Show”
with strong comments about baseball’s steroid scandal. Other notable guests
include David Beckham, Wayne Gretzky, NASCAR’s Tony Stewart, Mavs’ owner Mark
Cuban, Artie Lange of the Howard Stern Show, Lakers Coach Phil Jackson,
skateboarder Tony Hawk, Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and comedian Dennis
Miller. The show is distributed by The Content Factory on a variety of media
platforms, and can now be heard on more than 80 terrestrial radio stations and
in eight of the top ten markets in the

U.S.