Here is another item that makes Sirius XM look like a loser, when in fact it provides popular products and services within and far beyond the limits of terrestrial transmitter based stations. This one was published in a Midwest college town daily newspaper and makes it appear that Sirius XM's debt is insurmountable.
I am long SIRI but think it is important to share such items with this board's participants:
"Audience survey firms set to compete in market"
By RANDY WRIGHT
Published Saturday, November 29, 2008
I suggested before and now I am openly urging Sirius XM management to do more to counter the negativity; afterall, it is aimed at, among others, Sirius XM subscribers, prospective subscribers, businesses, and investors. One of the main messages of such items (not necessarily in the hyperlinked item, but in others that I have read and listened to) is that ad-free, programming rich, subscription based radio is less desirable than the commercial laden, area business and local government oligarchy influenced programming on local radio. FWIW....