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Satellite Radio & Competing Technologies
An SI Board Since January 2005
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Emcee:  i-node Type:  Moderated
This board os for discussion of satellite radio stocks (XMSR and SIRI) and competing technologies (IPod, Cellular radio services, Wireless IP, etc.).

Everyone is welcome. The board is moderated against personal attacks, namecalling and abusive language. There are two perfectly good satellite radio stock boards for that.

XM and Sirius boards invariably degenerate to an "Us vs. Them" shouting match. It is a legitimate argument, but there is no end to it. Which content is better? It depends on who you are and what you prefer. The discussion here should be oriented toward the investment characteristics of each.

All I ask for is honest debate. Not hype. But debate about hype is fair game.

Links for SEC Filings:

SIRI SEC Filings:

XM SEC Filings:

Other interesting links:

Digital Fountain: (This link is included because both XM & SIRI have licensed this technology -- XM in early '04, Sirius in late '04/early '05. I include it because my belief is this technology will play a huge role in SDARS services going forward.)
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180SiriusXM to pay $3.5 billion for Pandora Pandora has been looking for a buyer foTimF-9/24/2018
179Howard Stern's Company Sues SiriusXM Radio 3/22/2011 10:26 AM PDT by TMZ StTimF-3/22/2011
178Who Decides What Gets Censored On Satellite and Terrestrial Radio? Spent some tTimF27/30/2009
177>> I can see bankruptcy in the future of Sirus-XM radio, but without the di-node-1/7/2009
176The article talks about bringing down the industry, not just the companies, but TimF-1/7/2009
175Talk about a couple of companies self destructing! What a train wreck...i-node-1/7/2009
174Leverage and the world in 2009 Posted by Carl from Chicago on January 5th, 2009TimF-1/7/2009
173Satellite radio committed suicide. Sirius was doomed from the start, but hiring i-node-11/22/2008
172Any opinions about this? divisionoflabour.comTimF-11/21/2008
171Thank you so much for posting this review of Supreme Court rulings. When this MJ-8/4/2008
170Earth to FCC: What Part of "Unconstitutional" Is Unclear? townhall.coTimF-8/4/2008
169Sirius-XM Merger Nears Approval Commissioner Deborah Taylor Tate to cast decidinTimF-7/28/2008
168XM Radio settles last time-shifting lawsuit over Inno By John Timmer | PublisheTimF-6/11/2008
167Siriux, XM blast C3SR, defend lack of radio interoperability By Matthew Lasar |TimF-6/11/2008
166 FCC decisions can be pretty arbitrary.TimF-5/7/2008
165Tim - it is a hard call in the face of what is currently going on. XM and SIRI i-node-5/6/2008
164XM-Sirius Rent-Seeking The FCC’s review of the XM-Sirius merger is a perfect exTimF-5/6/2008
163And now it goes one step beyond that -- That the state AGs are i-node-3/28/2008
162If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Regulate the Hell Out of ‘Em Tuesday, March 25th, 2008 NTimF-3/27/2008
161Tim I am very on-again, off-again about whether I think it will pass. Very muci-node-1/5/2008
160XM-Sirius Merger on the Ropes? Reading the tea leaves of delay, Reuters reportsTimF-1/4/2008
159XM vs. Sirius Content washingtonpost.comi-node-8/12/2006
158I heard the same thing happened to Comcast. They reported a great quarter and thbillcasto-4/29/2005
157Panero in TMF Interview: "Major League Baseball was a terrific deal for usi-node-4/28/2005
156The churn numbers are a major point of confusion in the media. Keeping in mind i-node-4/28/2005
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