Grace Digital Adds XM to Web Radios
Music fans now have another way to tap into an XM subscription.
April 22, 2011 by Rachel Cericola

Grace Digital wants to show some love to XM subscribers.

The company just announced plans to add SiriusXM Internet Radio to the list of Grace Digital Audio possibilities. That means that users can now stream both Sirius and XM satellite radio to all of Grace’s web radios—assuming you have a subscription, of course.

Previously, the company only had Sirius support. This update just adds the XM part into the mix. SiriusXM features a plethora of entertainment, including countless music stations, sports, talk, weather, traffic, and much more.

Grace Digital currently offers web radio in a variety of tabletop and portable options, as well as in docking stations, tuner modules, and smartphone apps. For a peek at the models, as well as where they are sold, check out the Grace Digital Audio website.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
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