Knowing the FCC, I bet they'll make them add that blocking provision or stipulaton in there. I can't speak for XM, but from my past experience with Sirius, there were a few channels that you had to add manually by logging into your account on their website and checking off a box (even though there was no additional cost to add them). I can't remember all of them, but one was definitely the Playboy channel. You would think that Howard Stern would also be a part of that since his channel is by far more x-rated than the Playboy channel. I'm a big Stern fan, and I could never listen to him for more than 2 mins on Sirius with my kids in the car because of the profanity.2MuchCoffee said:Good question. I think it's all going to come down to content, IF the Broadcasters let this get through at all. I'm wondering if the XM system provides for "station blocking" - anybody here know that?
That's something so far off, it's probably not even in discussion stages yet within the corporations.marzetta7 said:Anybody know if they're going to be keeping the "XM" name or the "Sirius" name? I sure hope it is the former--"XM"--as I think it sounds so much better than "Sirius."