Satellite Radio

Satellite radio has now come into its own, and competition is sizzling as XM and Sirius scramble to improve their bottom line, luring subscribers with shock jocks, cerebral hosts, sports exclusives and advertising blitzes.

XM, Sirius Shareholders to Vote on Deal (AP, October 4, 2007; 1:04 PM)
COMMENTARY: The Buzz on Satellite Radio (Post, September 17, 2007)
Whole Foods Gives XM, Sirius a Boost (Post, August 18, 2007)
Bit Players XM, Sirius Hold A High-Stakes Merger Game (Post, July 25, 2007)
Sidelined XM Satellite CEO Panero To Step Down (Post, July 25, 2007)
HD Radio Grabs the Ear of Satellite Rivals: As Listeners Discover High Definition, XM and Sirius Face Growing Competition (Post, July 3, 2007)
XM Shock Jocks Apologize for Sex Comment (AP, May 11, 2007; 5:05 PM)
XM's 1Q Loss Narrows (AP, April 26, 2007; 5:02 PM)
Imus Options: Radio? Retirement? (AP, April 13, 2007; 5:18 PM)
Opinions Rise on XM-Sirius Plan (Post, April 11, 2007)
XM-Sirius Debate Comes Down to Competition (Post, March 31, 2007)
Chrysler to Offer Satellite TV (AP, March 29, 2007; 10:08 PM)
XM and Sirius File Merger Application With FCC: Document Repeats Claims of Benefits, Is Short on Detail (Post, March 22, 2007)
Sirius Promises Lower Prices in XM Combo (AP, March 21, 2007; 3:37 PM)
Senator Presses Sirius Chief on Radio Merger: Antitrust Concerns Debated in Panel (Post, March 21, 2007)
Radio Deal Could Face Technical Difficulties: XM, Sirius Systems Already Strained (Post, March 19, 2007)
XM, Sirius Pitch Merger to Hill (Post, March 8, 2007)
Skeptics Question XM-Sirius Merger Plan (Post, March 1, 2007)
House Gets First Crack At XM-Sirius Proposal (Post, February 28, 2007)
XM Radio Posts Narrower 4Q Loss (AP, February 26, 2007; 6:34 PM)
XM's Mark on Northeast D.C.: Fate of Headquarters Uncertain if Sirius Merger Goes Through (Post, February 26, 2007)
XM-Sirius Merger Hinges on FCC Ownership Rule: Climate Still Competitive, Satellite Radio Firms Say (Post, February 21, 2007)
FCC Hurdles Loom for XM, Sirius Merger (AP, February 20, 2007; 7:56 PM)
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