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.
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.
The Copyright Royalty Board has raised music royalty fees and the satellite radio provider will pass those costs on to customers starting next month.
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.
Wasn't the Sirius XM merger supposed to lower costs and benefit subscribers? It doesn't seem to be working out that way.
Weak auto sales spur shrinkage of satellite radio subscriber base and larger net loss during first quarter, company says. But revenues rise, and operating expenses drop.
Satellite radio company gears up to launch an iPhone application in the second quarter, as it seeks to expand its service amid a bleak economy.
It may be their business, but will the subscribers have to pay for the Sirius-XM merger? Maybe Howard Stern should take a pay cut to help Sirius' bottom line.