Satellite radio launches, but will it make money?

Couretas, John
December 2001
Automotive News;12/3/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5960, p6T-H
Trade Publication
Focuses on the inauguration of satellite radio, an in-car service offering 100 channels of digital quality talk and music in the United States. Investment of automobile companies in the satellite radio; Comparison between the two companies offering the services; Needs to fulfill before a success satellite radio with vehicle owners.


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