"Buy music, movies, TV shows, and audiobooks, or download free podcasts from the iTunes Store 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Organize and play everything on your Mac or PC. Then sync it to your iPod and bring it along. Anywhere."
look back on 2001 as the year all of our planning and hard work finally paid
off. In November,
we launched our service nationwide, giving U.S. consumers
crisp, clear, amazing radio
— 100 channels, 36 of which are 100%
commercial-free — all available from coast to coast.
Media response to XM has been overwhelming. Peter Lewis of Fortune Magazine
Satellite Radio his "Product of the Year," calling XM
"way, way, way above the rest" of 2001's new
his and other accolades from the likes of Time Magazine and Popular
What has made us happiest has been the incredible feedback from our listeners.
It's been an incredible phenomenon . . . our listeners actually WANTING to spend
time in traffic."
ABCNEWS.com is added to the list for impressive, comprehensive reporting tied
with its TV reporting with
Peter Jennings, as reported by DAVID BAUDER AP Television Writer in "Chaotic
Scene Unfolds on Television",
after the two hijacked American Airlines planes hit the World Trade Center twin
buildings, which collapsed on
themselves, on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001.
would like to join the web site "Saying
Goodbye to Hank Snow" in remembering Hank's great masterpieces such as
"Mansion on the Hill", "Moving on" and "Mother I love
you", represented in his deep, embracing and solid voice
as well as his endearing guitar performances. Goodbye, Hank, and thanks
for your great, unforgettable songs.
A comprehensive record, posted by an individual fan of Hank, consists of a list
of his hit songs and legend, including
his nightmarish boyhood in Nova Scotia, Canada ("when you don't know where
you are going to sleep for the night...
or find food...you can't think with a mind of a child. You have to think
with the mind of a man.") Hank Snow: The Singing