XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. and Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. say they will make joint contributions to develop a common standard for digital satellite radio services. Both companies say that they expect the technology to become standard equipment in new cars and see this unification as an effort to accelerate the growth of satellite radio. The agreement also will enable consumers who buy one radio to receive both companies' broadcasts. Each company will contribute its intellectual ...

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