In a bid to build support for their proposed merger, satellite radio companies Sirius and XM have pledged to offer lower prices and a la carte options that let subscribers pick and choose stations.
The satellite radio company boosts second-quarter revenues by 25 percent and reduces its net loss before closing its final quarter as a standalone company.
After a 17-month antitrust saga since announcing merger plans, the United States' only two satellite radio companies become one. The new name: Sirius XM Radio.
Don Reisinger thinks the FCC has treated XM and Sirius terribly over the past year. Is he right?
The marriage of satellite radio providers Sirius and XM finally receives the FCC's blessing, promising a whole new ballgame for subscribers.
Federal regulators formally approve Sirius Satellite Radio's $3.3 billion buyout of former competitor XM Satellite Radio with conditions.
Hard-core sports fans will pay $12.95 per month for radio. Hard-core music fans won't.
This blog incorrectly reported that Sirius portable satellite receivers were incapable of receiving live broadcast signals.
FCC review process appears to be near a close, with a tentative deal reached between the parties, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is expected to support the $5 billion merger of Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio, according to published reports.