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The fog of peace

It was going to be the end of war. Now Colombians wonder whether peace is possible.

On Sept. 26, President Juan Manuel Santos and the rebel Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC for its acronym in Spanish, signed a historic peace agreement after four years of negotiations to end Latin America’s longest-running conflict. 1,286 more words

National & World Affairs

Opie and Jim move to 3pm on Sirius XM

First of all, I am baffled at this move as Opie has his own channel. Second, bwahahahaha. I think there has been a steep ratings decline on the show. 160 more words

Why I Love Stripped Back Performances

(In an earlier post I outlined why I love demo versions of songs so much. Here is the continued version, where I talk about why stripped back performances of songs appeal to me). 473 more words

Indie Rock

Should Apple buy Sirius XM?

Last Friday, Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s Mad Money “said Apple should buy satellite radio operator Sirius XM Holdings to bolster its fast-growing services business,” Patrick Seitz reports for Investor’s Business Daily. 231 more words


Radio advertising considerations for law firms

Many law firms have advertised on the radio for a long time.  Radio advertising, like television advertising in many respects, was a way in which many law firms were able to make a name for themselves quickly. 458 more words


How to Get the Most Out of SiriusXM

I entered the pricey world of SiriusXM satellite radio a couple years ago, when I bought my Toyotoa RAV4 and realized its radio was SiriusXM capable. 780 more words


SiriusXM reaches 30 million subscribers

SiriusXM reaches 30 million subscribers

Satellite radio monolith SiriusXM has surpassed the milestone of 30 million subscribers. The Liberty Media-controlled station added 465,000 new subscribers in the first quarter of 2016, up from 431,000 in the same period a year ago. 213 more words