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Voted & Quoted

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"Mr. Karmazin is going to a niche organization along the lines of TiVo. Although I would not call it a horrible mistake, he is not advancing his career. Neither Karmazin nor Howard Stern will elevate Sirius or its competitive set for at least five more years, if that."

-Terrence Jensen/sales manager/Sales Warrior Rep Firm/Washington, D.C.

"Brilliant. He's made his mark. He's made his money. Why not make some history?"

-Marcelo Salup/Miami

"Sirius is a company in search of a business plan, and is trying to make do with buzz instead. Mr. Karmazin's personal success was built on a policy of starving the stations and extracting the profits while churning through sales people. Siruis is already starving, so where does he go from here?"

-Scot O'Malley/managing partner/Midwest Radio/St. Paul, Minn.

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