Have you seen what Mel Karmazin is up to with his hefty new round of SiriusXM rate increases?
This is textbook Karmazin.
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1. The SiriusXM plan to give less for more and wrap it in a holiday greeting. You’ve got to see this to believe it.
2. Want to raise $360 million more on the backs of your subscribers, do this. Mel’s doing it.
3. How SiriusXM pays music royalties while the radio industry fears getting hit with them.
4. The SiriusXM plan to offer price breaks by giving customers less or asking more from them.
5. Satellite radio’s chances against the free mobile Internet coming to cars everywhere.
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