Sunday, April 1, 2007

Awesome FCC Info Regarding Sirius/XM Merger - I Didn't Write This Edition

Hey all, this is a follow up to my previous story about the FCC, Sirius, and XM. An Anonymous commenter left this great comment with some awesome info and links. Rather than try and write up a post (or series of posts, come on we all know publishing numbers matter, god bless Analytics), I'm just going to post this up as my favorite comment of the week.

Anonymous said...

After a year of heavy promotions, there is no consumer interest in HD Radio:

"Sirius, XM, and HD: Consumer interest reality check"

"While interest in satellite radio is diminishing, interest in HD shows no signs of a pulse."

"What kind of digital radio are listeners searching for?"

"HD Radio on the Offense"

"But after an investigation of HD Radio units, the stations playing HD, and the company that owns the technology; and some interviews with the wonks in DC, it looks like HD Radio is a high-level corporate scam, a huge carny shill."

"RW Opinion: Rethinking AM’s future"

"Making AM-HD work well as a long-term investment is seen as an expensive and risky challenge for most stations and their owners. There is the significant downside of potential new interference to some of their own AM analog listeners as well as listeners of adjacent-channel stations."

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