LOL... can you read? You are reporting BAD NEWS... not good news.
"Satellite radio, which gets most of its revenues from subscriptions, rather than advertising, is projected to continue growing, but at only a CAGR of 6.7%, since Rutherfurd sees it reaching market saturation. That would take Sirius XM revenues (since it is now the only player, post-merger) from $2.3 billion in 2008 to $3.2 billion in 2013."
first, YOU cared enough to respond with a post, and secondly, I hardly think that $3.2 BILLION is HARDLY ANEMIC. And finally, $3.2 BILLION dollars in yearly gross revenue is both a realistic and conservative number that could be easily surpassed should SIRIUS XM RADIO ever become a "can't live without service" for a majority of consumers. The company is expanding its reach with the used car market as well as getting ready to demo some new products, which is always a positive sign for a growing and evolving company. Finally, look at this next link, its a yahoo link so no worries that I love to look at once in a while. It is for a company very similiar to SIRIUS XM RADIO, which started its first years without making any money and one day finally did. Remember, SIRI is near that crossing point. BEST of luck to all SIRI INVESTORS.http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?s=DISH&t=my&l=on&z=m&q=l&c=