The Satellite Radio Industry Research Paper by Neatwriter

The Satellite Radio Industry
This paper is a general overview of the satellite radio industry, which uses satellites to beam exclusive, high-quality ad-free digital programming coast-to-coast. There is also a comparison of Sirius and XM Satellite Radio, the only two companies.
# 62005 | 5,250 words | 10 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Nov 05, 2005 in Business (Companies) , Business (Industries) , Computer and Technology (General)

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This paper relates that the satellite radio industry is in the very early stages with a predicted long, multi-year global growth curve. The author points out that Sirius has set the tone for the industry, being the first to offer commercial free programming on all its music channels and has larger selection of receivers, adapters and other products. XM has a cheaper subscription fee, at least for its basic plan, which offers much the same fare as its competitor. The paper concludes that Sirius and XM Satellite Radio companies have individual benefits, which will ensure their longevity in the satellite radio industry, and the companies are on a level playing field

Table of Contents
Overview of Satellite Radio
Overview of Sirius Satellite Radio
Overview of XM Satellite Radio
Comparative Analysis of Sirius and XM Satellite Radio

From the Paper:

"Just as many TV viewers have come to consider cable TV a life necessity, so too is satellite radio becoming a mainstream replacement for traditional AM/FM listening. Similar to cable, this service has to be paid for, but just as with cable, you get a lot more channels and edgier, more innovative programming. An additional benefit is that there is no loss of your favorite station as you travel across the state or country. As an added plus, satellite players show the artist and name of the song, which is definitely an incentive for those who like to know what they're listening to."

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