Satellite Soaring

Weiss, David
April 2006
Mix;Apr2006, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p34
The article features the satellite providers, XM and SIRIUS, for their contributions on the development of the satellite radio. The two companies are described as to the facilities they have and their operations. Stern's 2,400-square-foot penthouse facility was added by SIRIUS within its New York City headquarters, along with upgrades to the digital backbone. XM bought Effanel and occupied its newly designed recording facilities at Jazz at Lincoln Center (New York City).


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