Where Can You Find More Music Variety -- On FM or Satellite Radio?

Written Oct. 17, 2007 by Larry Rosin in Content + Satellite with 0 Comments

A big part of the original promise of Satellite Radio was vastly enhanced variety -- not only across the channels but on those channels that duplicated over-the-air formats.

In this week's Ross on Radio column from Edison Media Research VP Sean Ross, he looks at whether one truly gets more musical variety from some of satellite's most listened-to channels.

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