Sirius XM Canada’s Mark Redmond

Mark Redmond has something that a lot of media executives around the world wish they could create: a profitable business, funded by the loyalty of hundreds of thousands of subscribers.

When satellite radio services were granted Canadian licences in 2005, many people scoffed at the idea that listeners would reach into their pockets to pay for something they have received free ever since New York’s Metropolitan Opera House first experimented with public transmissions in 1910.

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