SiriusXM goes deep for Inauguration Day Coverage

Inauguration Day

This Friday is Inauguration Day and will see Donald Trump take the oath of office and become the 45th President of the United States of America. It will no doubt be one of most memorable moments in the history of the world.

You’ll be able to hear extensive coverage of the entire event, regardless of which side of the floor you stand on, from CNN to MSNBC to FOX News and CBC.

Beginning at 11 am ET, both SiriusXM Patriot (Ch. 125) and P.O.T.U.S. (Ch. 124) will provide special coverage of the historic day. Patriot’s programming is hosted by Andrew Wilkow of The WIlkow Majority and David Webb of the David Webb Show. They’ll be joined by Breitbart News Daily host Alexander Marlow. On P.O.T.U.S., hear Tim Farley from Capitol Hill and the swearing-in ceremony. White House Correspondent Jared Rizzi will report from the National Mall.

Beginning at 6 pm ET, Mark Thompson anchors SiriusXM Progress‘ (Ch. 127) coverage from Washington, D.C. The channel will also offer special coverage of the Women’s March on Jan. 21, hosted by Dean Obeidallah and Michelangelo Signorile. Thompson will be on scene providing live coverage.

SiriusXM Insight‘s Pete Dominick will be on the ground at both the inauguration and the Women’s March. Hear a special compilation of his experience during his show, Stand Up with Pete (Ch. 121), on Jan. 23.

As well, NPR hosts Steve Inskeep, Audie Cornish, Robin Young, and Jeremy Hobson will co-host Special Inauguration coverage from the West Front of the Capitol in Washington, DC, overlooking the presidential platform, from 10:00am ET until 4:00pm ET on Friday, January 20.

You’ll hear the swearing in of President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, speeches, newsmaker interviews, live reports from around the Capitol and the National Mall, and analysis from NPR’s Political Team.

Keep checking this page as we add more updates about special Inauguration Day programming.

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