Radio Rebates Pledged

Hearn, Ted
March 2007
Multichannel News;3/26/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p42
The article reports that the chief executive officer (CEO) of the Sirius Satellite Radio Mel Karmazin pledged to provide rebates to customers who block adult programming in Washington. He made the promise during the hearing before a Senate hearing on the merger between Sirius and XM Satellite Radio. The proposal of Karmazin is one of the call of the Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin but is not successful.


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