Christmas Music on SIRIUS and XM Internet Radio - SIRIUS XM Radio Offers Holiday Music Channels - SIRIUS XM Radio offers five commercial-free holiday music channels during Christmas and Hanukkah season. Subscribers can hear contemporary music and traditional favorites on "Holly"... (Read More)
Radio Stations that Become Christmas Stations - What's the Deal With These "All Christmas" Radio Stations? - A visitor to radio.about.com wants to know more about radio stations that change format just for the Christmas season. James writes: "My question, is this a bold move, a bad mistake, or the way the industry is headed?" (Answer)
Christmas Music Parodies Bob Rivers: The Radio Guy Who "Twisted Christmas" Forever - Back in the early 1990s, a Radio guy named Bob Rivers, who now does mornings at KZOK-FM in Seattle, changed the Christmas season forever when he released an album of holiday parody songs called “Twisted Christmas”. (Read More)
The Funny Side of Christmas Radio
- Exclusive Christmas Interview: Inside K-ELF Radio - The recession has even hit the North Pole. Because toy requests have fallen, Santa's Elves have thrown in to start their own online radio station: K-ELF.
- Radio Business Fears Return Of Annual 'Grandma' Christmas Song - Don't look now, but if you turn on your radio, you will no doubt hear that "Grandma" song. Yeah, that's the one. We hate it and we love it. But, I promise: it's the bane of Deejays and Program Directors worldwide!
- Radio Writes to Santa Claus - If some Radio folks wrote to Santa Claus, what might they be asking for this year? Maybe something like what's depicted in the following satirical and fictitious letters.
- Radio to Santa: Meet Your New Consultant - When a Radio station isn't doing so well in the ratings, sometimes it will hire a consultant. Radio consultants get paid to change things. Generally, they change things for the better. Sometimes, though, you have to wonder.
Radio-Themed Christmas Gift Tags - Decorate your gifts with these original gift tags featuring radio themes. These tags can be printed off on your computer. See all five.