Digital Radio From Around the World, Not Above It

For years, XM and Sirius engaged in a subscriber acquisition war that resulted in low prices for receivers and high prices for talent. It was a war that both sides lost. Despite attracting millions of customers willing to pay $12.99 or more per month for access to digital commercial-free music programming and exclusive content, the high costs of subscriber acquisition forced the companies to merge. Receivers that can tune into both XM and Sirius may revive the aftermarket for these tuners,...Full Story
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