According to Slate, both Sirius and XM accept unsolicited pitches for shows and channels, although the odds of actually getting on the air are slim if your idea comes in over the transom. If you’re not a celebrity, you’re more likely to succeed if you have broadcast experience, a strong pitch for a show, and a demo tape. XM accepts brief e-mail pitches at [email protected], and Sirius suggests sending your show idea to the programming department by U.S. mail.
About David Burn
Co-founder and editor of Adpulp.com. David wrote his first ad for a political candidate when he was 17 years old. One year later, he started writing news for The College Reporter in Lancaster, PA. Today, David is a writer, brand strategist, and creative director in Austin, TX.