RealAg Radio slides into new time slot on Sirius XM

Kelvin and Shaun on-location for RealAg Radio at Ag in Motion in July.

The Rural Radio lineup is going through a bit of a shake-up this week, and we don’t want our loyal RealAg Radio listeners to miss us!

Starting Thursday, July 26th, RealAg Radio’s 60 minute program will move from 4 pm to 4:30 pm eastern on Sirius XM Rural Radio Channel 147.

“RealAg Radio is proud to be a part of such a great afternoon of ag programming,” says host Shaun Haney. The revised line up begins with Market Day Report, followed by AgriTalk and Ag PhD Radio, then features a new show featuring podcaster Rob Sharkey at 4 pm.

With RealAg Radio now broadcasting from 4:30 to 5:30 PM eastern time it will be followed by Commodity Wrap to round out the business day.

With 2.7 million Canadian subscribers, research shows SiriusXM Canada listeners tune in ten hours a week while only spending three hours a week listening to conventional radio. In a recent survey of RealAgriculture.com subscribers, 54 percent of farmers say they listen regularly and 47 percent of our listeners farm 2,500 acres or more.

RealAg Radio recently signed a three-year commitment with Rural Radio, ensuring this essential Canadian content will reach our audience for years to come.

A replay of RealAg Radio can also be heard on Rural Radio every weekday morning at 7 am eastern. The podcast version of the show can be found on RealAgriculture.com and in iTunes and other podcast apps.

 

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