The Sirius-XM Merger was finally approved by the FCC today following a 3-2 vote by the commission. The final and deciding vote only came after both parties agreed to pay a $19.7 million fine for violating FCC regulations. After 16 months of MTV-esque "drama" and gnashing of teeth, the $3.6 billion merger means that subscribers of both services will now get the best of both worlds. [SF Gate]
subscribers of both services will now get the best of both worlds
Unless you are in Canada where they are still two separate companies majority owned by competing terrestrial broadcasters. You think the FCC has been reidiculous about this wait until the CRTC gets their fingers into it.