stone's fault wrote:
actually, XM has over 6 million subscribers, and ive had them for almost two years now, and their music rotation is pretty excellent. sirius is geared for more of a mainstream selection of music. I like XM a lot. It seems to be in the better position than Sirius is with almost double the amount of subscribers.
correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't xm limited to just major league baseball for sports?
i'm correcting you because you are wrong
long red wrote:
give it up oppie....greg and anthony blow....plus their content isnt even exclusive anymore.
they do a 6-9am show on Fm and XM.. then go over an do an xm exclusive show from 9-1130ish..
they must be really failing...failing so bad that they're adding new cities... go support that hooked nose shithead, howie.. what do i care...O&A always win in the end
Here is the only Greg and Anthony listener you guys were looking for...
XM blows dude...you know it, Greg and Sally know it, Nascar knows it, Fox News knows it and the media know it...give up. You'll soon be listening to Sirius...and not by choice...
you could go back to listening to Greg and Sally on "Free FM." YAY!!!!! Free FM!!!!
HA HA HA HA HA!
not on my radio. the FM station that picked them up here lost me as a listener in the morning as soon as they announced them replacing Roth (not that I liked his show in anyway...it was lame). I didn't like them when they were on either Boston station, glad they got fired. Now BCN has 2 afternoon jackasses pretending to be O & A.....BCN will probably lose me for good.....
Get Sirius! It freakin' rules!
it freaking rules so much that they're years behind XM's technology..
sirius has yet to have a portable unit that can get LIVE radio... the s50 has to be docked and recorded onto.. what a way to re-invent the tape-recorder sirius..
xm is already on their 2nd generation od live portable units...
i will give sirius one thing.. atleast they finally downsized their big fish-finder sized units.. only took them 2 years to do that
This guy cracks me up. He always seems to come out of the woodwork when someone brings up Howard. Ok, we get it...you like O & A and hate Howard. We have gotten that point from you for the past 6 months...please, please go away.
On another note, the Stern show on Sirius is can't miss radio. The prank phone call to the hillbilly in Arkansas with George Tekay's voice kills me every time. Mike Walker's fart is an all-time classic...especially when they put it in songs.
it freaking rules so much that they're years behind XM's technology..sirius has yet to have a portable unit that can get LIVE radio...
huh?? i've got the boombox that receives live radio. listened to it all memorial day weekend while camping.
once again you are wrong. Sirius has a portable unit that will also play MP3's...like an ipod. The XM portable Units never worked...that is why they came out with the "2nd Generation" ones so soon. Face it...XM is going down the tubes...
you just answered your own question and why is it that XM is STILL at 6 million listeners and Sirius is passing 5 million??? XM has been at "6 million" since January...
Go back and listen to Greag and ANthony on Free FM dude...beat it.
any guy who gives himself the nickname Oppie is clearly a wack job. Maybe a pedophile too.
long red wrote:
this can all be solved in one simple sentence: Greg and Anthony suck. Okay, can we move on now?
do you not understand what having "live" capabilities is? great.. it can play mp3s... can it receive LIVE sirius radio? no.. it needs to be docked and you need to record the stuff.. then take it with you.. hence why i said they re-invented the tape recorder
the xm protables never worked? so this MyFi i have is not actually working? so whats this live radio i listen to every day? they're on 2nd generation because they wanted to make the units even smaller.. plus give them mp3 capabilities....check out the pioneer inno
i was gonna sum it with..
hoo-hoo-howie is a has been...
if you ever decide to give O&A a chance, we'll welcome you to the "dark side" with open arms...
i'm no mathematical genius.. but this isnt passing 5 million....
SIRIUS ended the first quarter with 4,077,747 subscribers, reflecting net subscriber additions of 761,187, a 149% increase in net additions from the year-ago quarter.
XM ended 2005 with 5,932,957 subscribers, and the company added more than 568,000 net new subscribers during the first quarter of 2006 for a total of more than 6.5 million subscribers.
XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: XMSR) today reported a change to its subscriber and financial guidance for 2006, projecting that it will end 2006 with 8.5 million subscribers, resulting in subscriber revenues of $835 million