Sirius XM has 2 years to live.

Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by MAJ Badmotherfarker, Nov 25, 2008.

  1. MAJ Badmotherfarker

    MAJ Badmotherfarker is drinking a beer.

  2. IronJabroni

    IronJabroni Well-Known Member

    stern via podcast willy, eh?...bring it on
  3. interesting read! lets see what goes down
  4. memebag

    memebag Top Brass, ADVP

    Stern isn't going to a podcast. He needs a live show to work. If internet radio is streaming to a lot of cars in 2 years, I can see him moving to that, otherwise he'll just retire.

    Other than that, the dude seems right on. There is no credit to be bought, and new car sales will be in the crapper for a long time.
  5. IronJabroni

    IronJabroni Well-Known Member

    anything is possible
  6. lets wait and see.
  7. Vargas

    Vargas Molon Labe!

    The mistake that this guy is making is that Sat. Rad will remain stagnate and not evolve at all. If this were the case, wouldn't regular radio be dead too? In a down economy advertising dollars are some of the first to wacked!!

    I don't see it dying in two years. It will have to evolved but there will hopefully always be a place for uncensored, original programming and provided content.

    I drive a lot--about 40K-50K miles a year and I couldn't care less about SLACKER or internet radio at this point and I've never listened to a podcast of anything. I know I'm not alone.
  8. Casual Fan

    Casual Fan Surprisingly nice

    Coming soon to a life near you...

    The Future

    as seen by the same shithead economists who couldn't predict

    The Present

    Even though the biggest financial crisis since Prohibition blindsided us, you can trust us when we tell you what will happen in six months!

  9. Vargas

    Vargas Molon Labe!

    Exaclty. Now they're all backtracking and claiming that they mentioned something about it back in 2004, 2005, etc.
  10. secrecyguy

    secrecyguy Member

    Interesting... I forgot what I predict. I think I said 5 years. Let's see what happens.

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