Where is Sirius XM Corporate office Headquarters

Sirius XM Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1221 Avenue of the Americas
    36th Floor
    New York, NY 10020
    United States
  • Phone Number: 212-584-5100
  • Fax Number: 212-584-5200
  • Email: press@siriusxm.com
  • Number of Employees: 2323
  • Established: May 17, 1990
  • Founder: Martine Rothblatt, David Margolese & Robert Briskman
  • Key People: James E. Meyer

Sirius XM Headquarters Location & Directions

Sirius XM Headquarters Executive Team



James E. Meyer

Chief Executive Officer and Director

Scott A. Greenstein

President and Chief Content Officer

David J. Frear

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President

James Arthur Cady

Executive Vice President of Operations, Products and Connected Vehicle

Dara F. Altman

Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Vice President

Thomas D. Barry

Principal Accounting Officer, Senior Vice President and Controller

Sam Benrubi

Senior Vice President of Advertising Sales

Patrick L. Donnelly

Executive Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel

Ruth A. Ziegler

Senior Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary

About Sirius XM, History and Headquarters Information

Based in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, Sirius XM was formed in 2008, after the merger between two satellite radio providers, Sirius and XM. By 2010, Sirius XM was spread all over the USA in all 50 states.

 Sirius XM is an American company that broadcasts various channels of audio from its satellites. The services in the United States can be accessed by paying a monthly subscription fee. Sirius offers commercial-free music in mostly all the genres. In addition to these, it also offers streams of premier sports and live events; news and comedy; exclusive talk and entertainment; and a wide variety of Latin commercial-free music, sports, and talk programming. Sirius XM is popular as the world’s largest audio entertainment company. After purchasing Pandora Radio, the largest streaming music provider in the U.S., SiriusXM is serving over 100 million people with its products and services. SiriusXM is accessible in most of the vehicles in the U.S., smartphones and other devices, plus online at siriusxm.com. There is an option where subscribers can customize SiriusXM’s commercial-free music channels using MySXM application and enjoy thousands of hours of programming on demand using SiriusXM on Demand.

Sirius XM Headquarters Photos

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  • Pete S says:

    Well, judging from the comments below I’m not the only person that thinks the customer service at XM is terrible. It’s such a shame because the satellite radio product is great. I’ve been a customer on and off for over 10 years and whenever my account comes up for renewal or I get a new vehicle it’s a disaster and I swear I’ll never go back. This time was no different. They even sent a survey that I completed documenting the issues and never heard a peep! Oh well, good luck and if you ever decide to change your business model and move the customer service back to the US, you might keep your customers!!!

  • lolita butterfield says:

    stop taking channel 146off air with recording go listen on pc or cell i want my radio left alone. call me this a.m. 2 times this week i pay for my radio. call me 573 336 5611 a month ago i talked to a very nicelady she said this should not happen and she would fix it well that only worked for a few weeks 3or so.. iwant to ltalk to a live person i’m not a robot and i don’t want to talk to one.

  • Gary L. says:

    I have never been able to speak to some one in the United States, and the foreigners I have spoken with, are polite, but if you get off script with them, they are lost! Then, after I requested to be deleted from their database, they charged my account for activation fees, and I don’t even have an account!! The last “agent” I spoke with, was supposed to transfer me to a “Manager”, but instead sent me to some lady’s private number!!! I will NEVER deal with Sirius again!

  • John C says:

    Terrible customer service…….It seems Corporate is oblivious……….Contacting the FCC, may Corporate will wake up. The FCC was a great help when it came to Comcast.

  • Carole Kurilla says:

    Worst customer service ever.
    All calls get outsourced to the Philippines and no one understands English, they will not transfer calls to a supervisor at any time. They don’t know who their CEO is. HORRIFIC

  • RoseAnne says:

    Worst customer service, in this time of pandemic not understanding of need to cancel and then was trying to change me 14.91 for what don’t know…and then try to sell me a lower price, your a big rip off….


    These are hard times for everyone in the world, and I must agree, the customer service is terrible and just made my day feel worse. I have been on the phone trying to speak with a supervisor or just the right person who knows what they are doing for over an hour. have spoken to two people who both made incorrect transactions on my account. I am considering discontinue my services.

  • DB says:

    Horrible customer service. And the employee did not give me truthful information when I asked to speak with SRVP customer relations. I cancelled the service.

  • Jerry Rounds says:

    This company has the worst customer service on the planet.

  • Todd Martin says:

    Can’t deal with an issue on the phone in less than an hour. Who has that time especially when they made the mistake that caused my problem. I at one time had 6 radios, I was down to 3 but due to a mistake on their end I am down to 2 and am considering making it 0 because customer service is the worst. Phone call was 43 minutes and i was on hold for 19 of them.

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