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Laugh USA

Laugh USA
Broadcast area United States
Slogan "Classic Comedy and Good Clean Fun"
Frequency Sirius XM Radio 96
First air date September 25, 2001
Format Family Comedy
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner Sirius XM Radio
Website Laugh USA

Laugh USA is a Sirius XM Radio channel featuring family comedy and broadcasts on channel 96. The channel's slogan is "Classic Comedy and Good Clean Fun." The comedy aired sometimes contains mild profanities and slightly risqué material, and is only very rarely considered offensive.


Although there is much variety in the format, comedian segments commonly include Bill Cosby, Bill Engvall, Brian Regan, Carl Hurley, Chonda Pierce, Father Guido Sarducci, Gabriel Iglesias, Jeanne Robertson and others. Vintage routines can also be heard, including classics from Abbott and Costello, Bob Newhart, Bob and Ray, Henny Youngman, Mel Brooks, and Rodney Dangerfield, among others.


Before the merger in 2008 this channel featured a weekly mix known as the Comedy Piñata hosted by Joel Haas, where comedy was often delivered on a single topic, often seasonal, from various of its comedians' routines. Comedy Piñata was also known to highlight a single artist, whether by simply presenting a comedy concert, or in a format where standup comedy segments are woven into a sit-down interview presentation.

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