Last updated: February 21, 2008 - 6:07am
FORGET XM/SIRIUS; GIVE SATELLITE RADIO TO THE LISTENERS
[SOURCE: Lasar's Letter on the FCC, AUTHOR: Matthew Lasar]
[Commentary] Although Public Knowledge is suggested that a merged Sirius XM reserve five percent of its resources for "non-commercial educational and informational programming over which it has no editorial control", Lasar says "let XM and Sirius die. Then turn all of satellite radio into a listener supported, non-profit service."
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