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Satellite Radio

Satellite Radio

A satellite radio is a digital radio that receives signals broadcast by communications satellites. Since satellite radio operates wherever there is line of sight between the antenna and satellite, the signal spans a much wider geographical range than terrestrial radio. 28 more words

SiriusXM Satellite Radio SXPL1V1 Onyx Plus

  • Subscription sold separately by SiriusXM.
  • Store up to 20 of your favorite channels for one-touch access.
  • Pause, rewind and replay live satellite radio plus all your Smart Favorite channels.
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B is for Beats...Kids Musical Beats

Voices raised, arms flying, feet stomping, heads rolling.  A scene from a typical sibling fight?  Could be, but the music’s blaring, so it must be…Family Dance Party! 624 more words


Apple’s music deals allow for up to five new worldwide Beats radio stations

”Apple’s 24/7 radio station Beats 1 has lived up to the hype, quickly becoming the most praised part of the service,” Micah Singleton reports for The Verge. 287 more words


How Beats 1 can take on SiriusXM: What if Beats 1 was the start of a whole radio network?

”The real gem of Apple Music is something that isn’t all that modern: a censored radio station,” Michael Simon writes for Macworld. “Streaming services have turned music listening into a very individualized experience, so it was somewhat surprising when Apple announced Beats 1 as one of the main features of its new service. 204 more words


Radio—Yes, Terrestrial Radio—Is the No. 1 Medium in Terms of Reach

On August 1, 1981 at 12:01 a.m., MTV played its first music video on the air, marking the so-called beginning of the end for radio. The video—appropriately selected for the occasion and the predicted impending doom for the long-lived medium—was The Buggles’ 1978 hit “Video Killed the Radio Star.” 935 more words

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