Studio 54 Radio is a disco and freestyle music radio station, The station is operated by Sirius XM Radio and is classified under the "Pop" category. The channel was originally known as The Strobe from 2002 to 2011, when it was relaunched under its current incarnation, a homage to the New York City discothèque Studio 54.On November 12, 2008, The Strobe was eliminated from the Sirius lineup as a result of the Sirius/XM channel lineup reorganization.

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  • Studio 54 Radio is a disco and freestyle music radio station, The station is operated by Sirius XM Radio and is classified under the "Pop" category. The channel was originally known as The Strobe from 2002 to 2011, when it was relaunched under its current incarnation, a homage to the New York City discothèque Studio 54.On November 12, 2008, The Strobe was eliminated from the Sirius lineup as a result of the Sirius/XM channel lineup reorganization. On December 16, due to subscriber demand, Sirius XM Radio announced that the channel would be reactivated on January 15, 2009.On January 15, 2009, The Strobe returned to the Sirius lineup and made its debut on XM (on XM83, where the similarly-formatted Chrome had been prior to the November 2008 channel realignment).On May 28, 2010 through noon on June 1, 2010, Beach Party Radio replaced The Strobe for the Memorial Day Weekend. On July 1, 2010 though July 7, 2010 at 3 AM ET, Beach Party Radio again replaced The Strobe for the July 4th weekend. On September 3, 2010 at 9 AM, Beach Party Radio replaced The Strobe until Tuesday, September 7, 2010.On October 22, 2010 at 6 PM ET, "The Strobe" was removed from satellite broadcasts and will now only be heard online. It was replaced with Pearl Jam Radio, a channel playing the music of the band Pearl Jam. The last song on "The Strobe" before the change took effect was "Last Dance" by Donna Summer.On August 15, 2011, Studio 54 Radio premiered. Studio 54, unlike The Strobe, focuses on deeper disco cuts, rare mixes, and club classics. Much like Sirius XM's other themed channels, Studio 54 Radio is based entirely around the Studio 54 theme and era. It features testimonials, talk shows, and live mixes from former employees and DJs of the nightclub.On May 8, 2013, Sirius XM moved Studio 54 Radio from channel 15 to channel 54, putting it in line with the Sirius XM Dance channel line up and with its channel position to better match its branding. It can also be heard on Dish Network channel 6054.
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  • Studio 54 Radio is a disco and freestyle music radio station, The station is operated by Sirius XM Radio and is classified under the "Pop" category. The channel was originally known as The Strobe from 2002 to 2011, when it was relaunched under its current incarnation, a homage to the New York City discothèque Studio 54.On November 12, 2008, The Strobe was eliminated from the Sirius lineup as a result of the Sirius/XM channel lineup reorganization.
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