January 28, 2023

SiriusXM Urban View Adds New Shows featuring Shermichael Singleton, Reecie Colbert, and Dr. Rashad Richey

SiriusXM Urban View (Ch. 126) has added three new shows to its programming lineup. Shermichael Singleton, Reecie Colbert, and Dr. Rashad Richey bring their unique perspectives and expertise to the channel and will be sure to keep listeners informed and engaged.

The Shermichael Singleton Show

Saturdays, 2-3pm ET

The Shermichael Singleton Show is hosted by political consultant, writer, and commentator Shermichael Singleton. As a former contributing host of Vox Media’s Consider It and the host of ScreenShare on MSNBC’s Peacock, Singleton has established himself as a leading voice in the intersectionality of politics and culture. He is also a 2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 for Law and Policy recipient. The Shermichael Singleton Show features diverse guests and conversations that tackle the biggest issues in culture, entertainment, media, and politics.

The Reecie Colbert Show

Saturdays, 3-4pm ET

The Reecie Colbert Show is hosted by best-selling author, advocate, speaker, and strategist Reecie Colbert. Known for her unbossed and unfiltered delivery, Colbert possesses a unique cultural competency in breaking down complex and nuanced topics in an engaging and empowering way. Specializing in disrupting disinformation, Colbert has established herself as an influencer in national politics. Her show, The Reecie Colbert Show, is your one-stop source for politics, culture, current events, entertainment, and lifestyle talk. As a call-in talk show, The Reecie Colbert Show is like getting an invite to the cookout every Saturday, and she would love to hear from you. The conversation will always be lively, engaging, and, most of all, unfiltered.

The Dr. Rashad Richey Review

Sundays, 1-2pm ET

The Dr. Rashad Richey Review is your one-hour Sunday “all things” political, social, and economic empowerment show! Dr. Richey cuts away all the “fat” and provides thought provoking commentary on issues that matter to you. An Emmy-nominated broadcaster, news analyst, business executive, college dean, university professor, lecturer, entrepreneur, and advocate, Dr. Rashad Richey has interviewed everyone from T.I. to United States Vice President Kamala Harris. If you missed anything during the week, don’t worry — Dr. Richey provides the best analysis in America.

Don’t miss out on the insightful and thought-provoking discussions. Tune in to SiriusXM Urban View (Ch. 126) and join the conversation.

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