So "Sirius' success depends on teamwork," as a headline in your Dec. 20 issue said? I think not.
Here's one former Sirius subscriber who will not be back. I was appalled when I came across two stations on Sirius designed to appeal to teenagers that featured "music" with gross profanity and race-baiting, women-hating lyrics. Now they are adding Howard Stern to the lineup. Sorry, I don't want or need that in my car.
My complaints to Sirius' customer service fell on deaf ears. If Mel Karmazin, Sirius' CEO, is serious about making a success of Sirius, he should clean up its programming.