Space Radio Update — Updated

Space Radio Update

The Department of Justice approved the merger between Sirius and XM satellite radio companies. The decision took a year thanks to delaying actions by terrestrial broadcasters. Look for other competitive actions by ground-based radio stations except the one thing that would exploit their inherent advantage: locally-produced programming.

Update: Read the DOJ memo.

3 Responses to “Space Radio Update — Updated”

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