Oprah talk show heads to radio

Sirius XM Radio, Winfrey's Harpo Radio team for program

NEW YORK -- Oprah Winfrey's nationally syndicated talk show is coming to satellite radio -- with a day's delay.

Sirius XM Radio and Winfrey's Harpo Radio on Thursday unveiled a programming revamp for Oprah Radio on Sirius that will start mid-month.

Among the plans: new episodes of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" will air the morning after they air on TV.

It is be first time the show will be available in another medium, the firms said.

Oprah Radio will also broadcast multiple classic episodes every day from the show's library of more than twenty years.

"The new programming lineup on Oprah Radio offers the millions of Sirius XM listeners and Oprah Winfrey's fans deeper, more extensive access to a woman whose influence and effect on the world is unparalleled," said Scott Greenstein, president and chief content officer at Sirius. "Oprah will now become their constant companion in the car and elsewhere through satellite radio, with decades worth of inspiration airing every week."