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Topic - Scott Greenstein
Art Bell, radio’s master of the paranormal and outward edges of science, will return to the microphone on Sept. 16 with a new nighttime show on Sirius XM Radio.
Sirius XM Radio and Comedy Central are teaming up to create a new channel on the satellite radio service devoted to showcasing the television network's stable of stand-up comics.
In his autobiographical movie and subsequent play, "A Bronx Tale," Chazz Palminteri doles out lots of advice as a young man learns from two father figures.
Scott Greenstein, the president and chief content officer of SiriusXM, said the European golfers will offer "unique and enlightening insights" in their lives and the tour.
Scott Greenstein, Sirius XM president and chief content officer, said the show will be “uncensored, unrestricted, uncluttered and utterly unique.”