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It was XM's first premium station — offered à la carte on top of the base XM subscription price.Playboy Radio gained a healthy following, including a dedicated group of Night Calls fans that established a strong online presence, although many complained the station offered too little content for the monthly price.Hall of Fame porn star Christy Canyon was brought in as a replacement when Ashton left to pursue other ventures in April/May 2005.The channel also featured programs such as Playboy TV's Sex Court, The Weekend Flash and Sexy Stories.In January 2006, XM's competitor Sirius Satellite Radio announced they were picking up Playboy Radio and would be offering more content than the XM days.
It moved to channel 102 on both services on May 4, 2011.
On March 9th, 2013, Kevin Klein and Andrea Lowell announced on the Playboy Morning Show that Playboy will no longer be featured on Sirius XM and instead will become available via an online site,
On August 20, 2005, the XM Radio website informed customers that as of September 1, 2005, XM would no longer offer the Playboy Radio channel.
The removal of Playboy Radio brought the end of XM's premium stations as High Voltage was made available free of charge to all subscribers earlier in the year.
Playboy Radio was originally launched on XM Satellite Radio in September 2002.Included were programs such as Night Calls Radio originally hosted by adult film star Juli Ashton and Playboy TV star Tiffany Granath and Playboy's Sexcetera with reporter Kira Reed.