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Thread: Scan of yesterday's 3 page Sirius/XM ad in USA Today...

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    vaporgold is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demian View Post
    Since there are going to be two services for quite awhile, why not have some different fringe channels on each service so at least some people who have a favorite genre/channel can at least get it on one of the services, rather than not at all?

    If both services get rid of the punk, modern jazz, and folk genre channels etc., it leaves people who are fans of those genres no where to go - except to their iPod, Slacker, or internet radio...
    That is a good point. The content should not disappear. The whole point is to bring every type of music to a channel if you want a captive audience. That is the basis of Sat radio.
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    IT IS ABOUT TIME!!!

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    States what over 35 million listeners can't get enough of? Thought we only had just under 20 million subs?

    http://stockmarketsundays.com/sites/..._usa_today.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiriusHope View Post
    States what over 35 million listeners can't get enough of? Thought we only had just under 20 million subs?

    http://stockmarketsundays.com/sites/..._usa_today.jpg
    Maybe there is a difference between subscribers and listeners?

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    Demian...if its listeners there could be a 100 million...seems ad is deceitful and misleading.

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    Best Buy, Circuit City, Crutchfield, and Radio Shack Logos share the bottom of the ad along with direct sales via SIRIUS and XM web sites.

    Does Wal Mart still carry SIRIUS and XM?

    Circuit City now bankrupt, but still hoping to operate til year end. That little blurb in the ad will help them sell some SIRI XM. IIRC, the Circuit City Store in Daytona Beach has already ceased operations and is shuttered.

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