Satellite Programming to the Wrong Audience

A well-respected radio man and friend hit the nail right on the head today when he told me that the problem with satellite radio is that its market is older adults willing and able to pay monthly subscription fees yet both Sirius and XM continue to make their best efforts in music programming aimed at the young -- the very audience that doesn't subscribe in great numbers. He adds, not only that, some of the music stations aimed at their subscriber base aren't adequate. For example, oldies. Where is the quintessential WCBS-FM since Joel Hollander took the legendary, moneymaking oldies station off the air in New York in favor of "Jack"?&hellip