Shelly Palmer Radio Report – December 10, 2010

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With Google’s Android operating system finding its way onto more and more handsets, it’s no surprise its mobile phones are dominating the market Android phone activations are double the iPhone’s. With iPhones and Androids everywhere, will BlackBerry and Windows 7 devices have a shot? In other news, Howard Stern has signed a 5-year contract with Sirius XM Radio and he’s going mobile! At least SiriusXM hopes to take him there. Stern has been a major force, helping build a Sirius XM subscriber base of 20 million. It’s safe to say that Sirius has hedged its bet on Howard. And finally, YouTube announced that it would remove the 15-minute video limit for a select group of users. They claim that those who have not violated copyright rules and respect the YouTube community guidelines will be allowed to post the longer videos. Does this mean we can finally post our 27-minute cute animal movies?

About Zach Superior

Zach Superior graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts for television writing, but spends most of his time in HTML editors and Photoshop.



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