The Pink Channel, the first radio channel supporting the fight against cancer, has begun airing “Soap Break,” a new 60-second feature hosted by journalist and soap expert Michael Fairman. Airing twice a day on XM Satellite Radio channel 24, Fairman delivers breaking news, interviews with daytime’s hottest stars, plus on-the-spot-coverage of The Daytime Emmy Awards, fan events, cast parties and more.
“It’s exciting to be the first on satellite radio to bring the inside scoop on the soap world to listeners nationwide,” Fairman commented. “Daytime actors will share compelling and timely stories about their characters and storylines with me and the audience, while I’ll be breaking news and providing commentary.”
About The Pink Channel
In August of 2008, Premiere Radio Networks, a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications, and City of Hope, one of the nation’s leading cancer research, treatment and education centers, launched The Pink Channel, the first radio channel supporting the fight against cancer, particularly those that affect women. Airing 24/7 on XM Satellite Radio channel 24, The Pink Channel features pop hits from the 70s, 80s and 90s as well as segments on health and wellness, personal development, trend reports and more. Celebrity guest hosts advocate for awareness and prevention, and City of Hope provides programming segments on research and treatment breakthroughs, Q&A segments with their world-class physicians, and tools for how to cope when a friend or loved one is diagnosed with cancer. For more information, please visit www.pinkchannelradio.com