Sirius Honored by 'Popular Science'

Sirius Honored by 'Popular Science'
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"Popular Science" magazine executives have named Sirius Satellite Radio the "Best of What's New" Grand Prize winner for 2001 in the electronics category. The magazine recognized Sirius for its satellite radio service.
In its December 2001 "Best of What's New" issue, available on newsstands Nov. 13, "Popular Science" features 100 winners in ten different categories honoring product innovation. Among these 100 winners, the magazine has also selected ten Grand Prize award winners that represent a significant step forward in each category. In recognizing the Grand Prize recipients, the magazine's editors look for products that must in some way improve the quality of life.
"We're extremely proud that the editors of 'Popular Science' have recognized the vast potential of satellite radio," said Philip Pilla, Sirius' Vice President of Marketing. "We are quite confident that satellite radio will have the same impact on radio as cable did on television. The result will be a radically improved in-car entertainment experience for listeners around the country."

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