XM Satellite Radio says it will begin broadcasting as early as May of next year, possibly paving the way for a revolution in radio not seen in the U.S. since FM's debut more than 50 years ago. General Motors Corp., which invested $250 million in XM and has signed a long-term agreement to install XM-ready radios in its cars, and Honda of America Mfg. Corp. will be offering XM in some yet-to-be-named '01 models. Major electronics manufacturers and retailers have signed up to produce and sell ...

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