SiriusXM Opens A New Studio At Wynn Las Vegas SuperNayr

LAS VEGAS (CelebrityAccess) — Satellite broadcaster and music streamer SiriusXM announced the debut of a new state-of-the-art broadcast studio at the Wynn Las Vegas on the resort city’s main strip.

The SiriusXM Studio at Wynn Las Vegas support a variety of programming on including a new series hosted by hip-hop legend Flavor Flav, as well as regular broadcasts from Mad Dog Sports Radio host JT the Brick; Shannon Gunz, who hosts on Ozzy’s Boneyard as well as SiriusXM’s Octane and Turbo channels; and Eddie Trunk, host on SiriusXM’s Faction Talk, Hair Nation and Volume channels.

To mark the studio’s debut, SiriusXM announced that singer-songwriter John Mayer is lined up to host a live broadcast for his SiriusXM channel, Life With John Mayer, on June 5th. The broadcast will feature Mayer playing his favorite songs and artists as well as taking phone calls from listeners around the country.

“Las Vegas is a city at the center of the zeitgeist, with major artists, personalities, and sports superstars around every corner – just like you’d see in our SiriusXM studios, and we’re very excited to be opening our new SiriusXM studio in the world class Wynn Las Vegas, right on the Las Vegas Strip,” said Scott Greenstein, SiriusXM’s President and Chief Content Officer. “Finding a home inside Wynn Las Vegas and putting our state-of-the-art broadcast facility right on the Las Vegas Strip was a perfect match, and we look forward to bringing listeners across the nation right into the action 365 days a year.”

“Our collaboration with SiriusXM complements our entertainment offering,” said Brian Gullbrants, Chief Operating Officer – North America, Wynn Resorts. “The diverse programming and fresh roster of talent visiting the studio will offer listeners from afar a glimpse of the excitement that can only be found at Wynn.”

The SiriusXM Studio at Wynn Las Vegas joins the list of the broadcaster’s current facilities, including it’s headquarters at New York City’s Rockefeller Center; as well as studios in Washington D.C., Miami, and a recently opened facility in Nashville.

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