WaPo has an interesting report on XM Satellite Radio, which seems to be catching on mainly with an unlikely segment: interstate truckers. This actually makes sense, as the up-front costs and monthly fees are a steep investment for people who just spend an hour a day or less in their cars.

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  1. Bryan says:

    Or if you’re in rural S.C. and the local station just dropped ESPN radio. {sigh}

  2. Or if you’re in rural Mississippi and the local station never carried ESPN Radio to begin with 😉

    (I love my XM… you’d have to pry it from my cold, dead fingers.)