XM Satellite Radio
XM Satellite Radio "utilizes two geostationary satellites to beam down to cars, homes and other listening environments up to 100 channels of music, news and audio entertainment to appeal to the diverse programming tastes of consumers across the country. The service offers coast-to-coast coverage and digital-quality sound. XM radios have access to AM and FM channels as well as XM. The satellite signal is received by using a palm-sized antenna. Radios capable of receiving XM ... eventually will become a standard option with new cars. XM Satellite Radio costs a low monthly fee of $10.00, and have both advertiser-supported and commercial-free channels." 
- Cofounder, Lon Levin
XM Programming Center and Corporate Headquarters
1500 Eckington Place, NE
Washington, DC 20002
- Audio Plus, "Satellite Car Radio", accessed November 2007.