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Satellite Radio's Impact on College Sports By Scott Fish
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Sports is filled with Rights and fees. Who has the right to broadcast and reproduce sports, and how gets paid? College Universities always hold local radio rights for their sports programs. Satellite radio has caused a conflict with these schools due to the amount of the local broadcasts going national over satellite systems.
Many universities believe that the local radio stations should receive some proceeds from these broadcasts. However in many cases, they are not currently getting any money from satellite radio Services.
Negotiations have occurred at some level but not for every one, it has been a league-by-league issue. XM, for example, deals with several major conferences, including the Pac-10. However, Sirius negotiated individual deals with Southern California and UCLA, and these are all creating a conflict between the companies and their respective teams and leagues. And although these fees are not very large, with a growing subscriber base and increased satellite radio popularity, the fees and the battle to control rights are definitely going to increase and heat up!
Itís going to be very interesting as the fight to control content gets more heated, we have seen it happen with TV and traditional radio, and now itís satellite radioís turn.
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Satellite Radio: XM and Sirius Battle for Your $$$ By Dale Lawrence
Satellite Radio is the future of broadcastingSatellite Radio, in short, can be described as commercial-free music, news, sports and talk shows. Many of the biggest players and events are now available from Sirius radio and XM radio like Howard Stern, Fred Schneider (the B52s), NFL, English Soccer, NBA, NASCAR, NHL, Major League Baseball, INDY, and the PGA.Satellite radio began in 1992, when the ĎSí spectrum was allocated by the FCC to four companies. The two main ones, Sirius and XM paid a pre…
Sirius Radio - Everything You Ever Wanted to Know By Nick Smith
Sirius radio, or more generally satellite radio, came out just a few years ago. If youíve never listened to satellite radio or heard about it, this article is your lucky break. In this article youíll find out what satellite radio is and how it works.What Is Satellite Radio?Just like the name indicates, satellite radio uses satellites and related equipment to broadcast radio channels to car or home radios. The concept really received its impetus in 1992 when the FCC set aside a chunk of radio f…
Canadian Satellite Radio: Finally By Scott Fish
Disclosure: Author is not part of Sirius or CSR.In June, the CRTC granted satellite radio licenses to two groups - the CBC, which is partnered with New York-based Sirius, and CSR, which is partnered with Washington-based XM.The federal cabinet has upheld the CRTC's decision to issue two new satellite radio licenses. As part of the deal, all applicants agreed to include more Canadian and French-language material. This is typical of Canadian media regulations and has made headway for the satell…
XM vs. Sirius By Bradley James
So you want to switch to satellite radio, but you aren't sure with which service to go with? Two of the biggest names in satellite radio today, XM and Sirius, both offer a large variety of music stations that you would never hear on regular commercial radio. And most of the music channels, for both services, are commercial free. Of course, nothing is truely free. Both Sirius and XM charge you a service fee to listen to their music channels - someone has to pay for those satellites!So what is t…
The Future of New York Radio: Howard Stern Sirius Style By Scott Fish
Note: Author is not associated with Sirius or Howard Stern in any way and this article is meant to be an analysis of the move to Sirius Satellite Radio by Howard Stern and events surrounding it.Howard Sternís move to Sirius Satellite Radio will really make a huge difference for New York Radio. With listeners making the move to Satellite Radio and away from New York City, what will happen to the radio stations broadcasting in New York City? Does radio continue on a good course or does it nee…
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