SiriusXM at Stanford

Stanford Radio, a joint venture between SiriusXM Satellite Radio and Stanford University, has launched two new shows, The Future of Everything and School’s In.

Prof. Altman at the microphone
Bioengineering Professor Russ Altman hosts The Future of Everything, one of two new SiriusXM radio shows featuring conversations with Stanford faculty. (Image credit: L.A. Cicero)

The Future of Everything, hosted by Stanford bioengineer Russ Altman, explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives, from driverless cars to privacy, security, genetics and health. School’s In, hosted by Stanford Graduate School of Education Senior Lecturer Denise Pope and Dean Dan Schwartz, delves into what is working and what needs to change in the classrooms of today.

After SiriusXM first approached Stanford about creating a channel exclusively programmed by the University, Stanford Video’s Senior Producer Chandra Simon worked with Melinda Sacks, Director of Media Initiatives, to develop the pilots. Working closely with SiriusXM, Stanford Video, long the recording studio of choice for numerous radio productions, provides the studio space and audio engineers for each show.

You can read more about Stanford Radio in this Stanford Report article, listen live on SiriusXM, and catch both shows online at starting the Monday after they air.