RECENT NEWS  Aug 4  Comment 
Sirius XM Radio Inc has agreed to pay up to $1.3 million to settle claims that it violated U.S. labor laws by not paying interns, making the satellite radio provider the latest large company to settle such a case.
New York Times  Jun 26  Comment 
The satellite radio service and major record labels agreed that Sirius would pay $210 million to settle a suit over royalties for music recorded before 1972.
Motley Fool  May 28  Comment 
Satellite radio can't shake oldies from wanting in on digital royalties.
Forbes  May 1  Comment 
Satellite radio provider Sirius XM reported a strong increase in its new subscriber additions for the first quarter of 2015, building on its sturdy 2014 performance. The company added 431,000 net new subscribers during the quarter, a 61%...
Wall Street Journal  Apr 28  Comment 
Sirius XM boosted its revenue and subscriber guidance for the year on Tuesday after reporting that new subscriber additions at the satellite radio company surged.
DailyFinance  Apr 8  Comment 
Filed under: Company News, Media, Industry News, Entertainment Industry Lenz/Alamy Sirius XM Radio (SIRI) kicked off the year with a record 27.3 million subscribers to its premium audio service, gaining 1.75 million more accounts through...  Mar 11  Comment 
Howard Stern's contract with SiriusXM is coming due at the end of the year -- which means he and Sirius are once again negotiating in public view.
New York Times  Jan 29  Comment 
The nonprofit agency pays performing artists when their material is heard on Internet and satellite radio services.
Wall Street Journal  Jan 7  Comment 
SiriusXM Holdings expects its revenue for last year to surpass its guidance as the satellite radio company added more subscribers than it had expected. However, its 2015 revenue outlook came in shy of analysts’ views.
Motley Fool  Dec 10  Comment 
The service is at risk of becoming irrelevant as technology changes.


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