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Score! NFL to Grab $7 Billion a Year in Broadcast Deals

The NFL has something broadcasters lust after: a reliably strong source of ratings. So as its football games migrate onto smartphones, iPads, and anything else with a screen, its no surprise that CBS, Fox and NBC -- not to mention Sirius, Westwood One Radio and Verizon -- are all lining up to pay billions to carry them.

Sirius Trouble: Is Satellite Radio Headed for a Fall?

Satellite radio was one of the biggest success stories of the past decade, convincing millions of people that they really were willing to pay for radio. And things are going well for Sirius XM ... right now. But there are dangers lurking in the trends that could bring satellite radio down faster than you can say Baba Booey.

Buy Sirius XM, Sell Pandora

Folks have been writing off Sirius XM Radio for years. Competitor Pandora is flashier, and has been growing faster than its peers. But it's also been losing money, while the far-less-expensive Sirius is making a profit. Here's why investors should swap Pandora shares for Sirius.

Summer Spendin': Who Wins When School's Out?

Summer vacation has hardly begun, and the chorus of "buy me, buy me" is already at full volume in homes across the country. And parents can only say no to so many of those requests. So which companies are gong to benefit from the school break? DailyFinance has a few ideas.

Free satellite radio for 30 days

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Why Howard Stern Is Staying Put at Sirius

The outlook is looking brighter for Sirius-XM. 'Shock Jock' Howard Stern is expected to stay with the satellite radio giant, where he reportedly makes more than $100 million a year. Plus, revenue is expected to rise nearly 7% in the fourth quarter, although the company will still report a loss.

Can New Index Beat a Chimp's Stock Picks?

Lusha the Russian chimp's stock picks have outperformed 94% of the country's investment funds. Inspired by Lusha, DailyFinance' Daniel Solin has created a benchmark stock index based on the letters of his last name. We'll track it over time to see if it beats expert brokers and fund managers.