Re: [ProgAndOther] Re: XM and Zappa
- --- syrinx@... wrote:
> > I guess the most important question is: Will it still be around inI work for GM and we are planning to offer XM radio in most of our
> > few years? I imagine the cost of utilizing a satellite is rather
> > plus they have to pay out artist royalties. They have to be
> > way in the red now.
> XM has over 700,000 subscribers (at least they told us that when
> Echolyn was
> there in April). They look to be turning a profit by EOY 2004.
products in the future. I heard today that they are over 1,000,000
subscribers as of today with over 10,000 new subscribers each day.
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- Man, I need to get a job at a (ahem) more progressive Universityjeff----- Original Message -----From: Mike PreteSent: Friday, August 08, 2003 3:46 PMSubject: Re: [ProgAndOther] Re: undead mix suggestions?<<<(More importantly, you have a
library with discs like that in stock!?! I work in a library and my
department is responsible for the CDs. I gotta start lobbying for
something other than all that jazz and classical crap that we have 8^)>>>
Hah, me too. I actually do all the processing on the CDs here. We've mainly gotten prog stuff as donations, and there was some stuff that really made my eyes pop out, and I've been able to get added. As well as the Pulsar mentioned before, I think this might be the only library with Grobschnitt's _Solar Musik Live_ ;) Also have the Happy the Man live disc, some Van der Graaf, and Nektar.
I was suprised to alredy find Caravan - _For Girls..._ and Curved Air - _Phantamasagoria_ in the collection when I came. Wierd :)
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