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Scott Wintrow/Getty Images Mel Karmazin The bulk of his compensation was from a $9.5 million cash bonus that was based in part on increases in subscribers. Mel Karmazin earned $11 million in 2012, his last year as CEO of Sirius XM Radio, up from $10.
Longtime Breakfast With the Beatles host Chris Carter will expand the musical scope of his weekly Sirius XM satellite radio presence with a new show, Chris Carter's British Invasion, drawing from a half century of British rock and pop beginning
Satellite radio company Sirius XM Radio Inc. posted lower third-quarter earnings on Thursday, hurt by a large loss from debt retirement expenses. The company earned $74.5 million, or a penny per share, for the three months ended Sept. 30, down 28
Sirius XM said Tuesday that the 69-year-old Karmazin will leave Feb. 1...There has been speculation Karmazin would leave the company after an expected takeover by Liberty Media Corp., which is seeking a controlling interest in the satellite radio
On Monday, the satellite radio shock jock filed a brief with the New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division to put in motion a highly anticipated appeal against his employer, SiriusXM Radio, for an estimated $300 million. Though the filing,
Royalty Board (who, in turn, was appointed by The Library of Congress) as the sole entity in the US to handle these distributions. Its main objective is to collect the rights for these artists for their play on internet radio channels, cable TV music
When Seth Sachson slips you a business card, the grin on his face tells it all. This is no ordinary business card, but a bone-shaped dog tag imprinted with Sachson's title: executive director of the Aspen Boarding Kennel and Aspen Animal Shelter...
Safe from the land of Bankruptia , the Sirius survivors are now tasting sweet subscriber fruit. The company hit its 20 millionth subscriber today, right on schedule. We have added the last 10 million subscribers faster than the first 10 million
Howard Stern aren't able to agree on a new contract, chief executive Mel Karmazin said. Stern, whose five-year, $500 million contract expires in December, is continuing to negotiate with the New York-based company and a resolution will come before