The number of ’04 General Motors Corp. models equipped with XM Satellite Radio will increase nearly twofold from the 400,000 cars and trucks made with the subscription-based broadcasting service during the ’03 model year. XM Radio uses two satellites to broadcast 100 channels of programming to U.S. subscribers. “We’ll come very close to doubling that number,” says Rick Lee, executive director-satellite radio services for OnStar, GM’s telematics division. The 400,000 ...
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