With the upcoming presidential race gaining momentum quicker than ever before, it’s no surprise that the campaign is garnering a lot of news coverage. Now, for the first time, there is a national radio station devoted to the race 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The new station is called “POTUS” (pronounced “POH-tus”), a term used by White House staff for “President of the United States.” It is a commercial-free station that airs nationwide on XM satellite radio. Listeners across the country can hear news and commentary about the campaign around the clock.
The station is being broadcast for free to all XM radios on channel 130. Those who don’t have an XM radio can go online and listen for free for two weeks by going to xmradio.com/potus.