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Radio Tracks

Satellite shows are interfering with some FM stations

By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / May 18, 2006

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The majority of listeners who hear Howard Stern on Sirius Satellite Radio pay for the privilege. But a growing number who pick up shows from both XM and Sirius satellite services are getting Stern but would prefer not to. The occurrence of satellite ''bleed through" -- when regular FM programming is broken into by a satellite signal -- is small, ... (Full article: 522 words)

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