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A musically inclined entrepreneur thinks outside the box.
Before TV and the Internet, radio revolutionized American politics, writes Anthony Rudel.
Approval will give rise to more choices and new gear for fans of satellite radio.
New Top-40 playlist is designed to be more inclusive, station manager says.
Competition has only grown since the satellite radio pioneers announced their merger.
FCC would allow newspapers in big cities to own broadcast outlets.
Nextel phone sales teams take note: The U.S. Secret Service might be interested in your chirping radios.
It's been a little more than two years since CNN ended morning anchor Daryn Kagan's run, and now she's looking for a return—but on her terms.
If the satellite radio firms merge, there will still be plenty of competition.
Sorry, Hillary, but the NCAA's March Madness is beckoning former President Clinton.