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XM Makes Scientific American

XM Makes Scientific American

Scientific American magazine has listed XM Satellite Radio among the top 50 companies making contributions in the past year to science and technology.
“Scientific American’s editors wanted to recognize some of the most outstanding visionaries who are advancing technology and guaranteeing a brighter future for all of us,” said Scientific American editor-in-chief John Rennie. “Scientists aren’t the only ones doing this. That’s why Scientific American 50 includes business leaders, policy leaders, companies and other organizations that influence how society puts innovations to good use.”
XM is named “Company in Communications “for its innovative development of digital nationwide radio entertainment.” The Scientific American 50 debuts in the magazine’s December issue, arriving on newsstands Nov. 18.