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Senior Process Analyst, Fraud

Sirius XM Radio Inc. New York, NY

* * Partner with internal teams (IT, Compliance/Security, Customer Care, Financial Operations, Revenue Assurance) to provide Fraud requirements on…

30+ days ago

Senior Director, System Integration - Connected Vehicle Services

Sirius XM Radio Inc. Irving, TX

* * * The Senior Director of System Integration is responsible for architecture, integration, and governance. This position will work to support…

30+ days ago

Analyst, Financial Ops/Partner Payments

Sirius XM Radio Inc. New York, NY

* Assist in the development of business processes as they relate to partner contracts * Assist in managing communication between departments and…

10 days ago

Engineer III SW - Validation - Part-Time

Sirius XM Radio Inc. Deerfield Beach, FL

The Software Validation Engineer will be primarily responsible for the development and execution of software validation test plans for SiriusXM…

30+ days ago

SPRING Internship -Intern, Public Relations

Sirius XM Radio Inc. New York, NY

*Sirius XM Holdings Inc. is the largest radio broadcaster measured by revenue and has over 25 million subscribers.* SiriusXM creates and broadcasts…

30+ days ago

Senior Copywriter

Sirius XM Radio Inc. New York, NY

* The ability to work as part of a creative team to develop overall marketing campaigns, digital and direct mail, print, radio, television, from…

10 hrs ago

Manager, Marketing - Ad Sales – new

SiriusXM New York, NY

Create and ideate new marketing opportunities across all channelsExecute marketing programs as part of ad sales scheduleAssist with writing and… Ivy Exec

10 hrs ago

Sr. Manager, Automotive Partnerships – new

SiriusXM Long Beach, CA

include but are not limited to:Identify, form and maintain relationships with key decision makers both internally at SiriusXM and externally with… Ivy Exec

10 hrs ago

Manager, Marketing Communications – new

SiriusXM Irving, TX

This is a hands-on and rewarding role that manages and creates the content and design of direct-to-consumer and dealer-facing marketing… Ivy Exec

10 hrs ago

Director/Senior Director, Corporate Communications – new

SiriusXM New York, NY

Work closely with in-house Programming leadership and teams to help in the launch of new channels, programming or hosts.Work closely with Programming… Ivy Exec

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    A Conflicted Past with Lots of Promise, and a Future Ripe for Reinvention

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

    I worked at SiriusXM full-time


    People who *loved* and really knew music ran the channels and interviewed the musicians. The promise from the beginning was that Sirius would be the best of both commercial *and* public radio — musically diverse, intelligently programmed, no insipid advertising disturbing the crafted flow — yet it would go well beyond, to redefine radio as we knew it. Some of that ethic presumably remains if others can vouch for it.


    Upper management and likely some administrators focused seemingly singularly on scrambling to secure investors and in the process relinquished the mission they started out with — and the very reason for its existence. They talked a good game of expectations and cheerleading. Hosts, programmers and producers wisely saw through it and campaigned and fought to do better than was being asked of them.

    Still, bit by bit, the most talented, capable and creative were relegated to being mere employees: diminished in their capacities or eventually moved out. In short order, Sirius became just another mediocre corporate entity and listeners largely got the same-old-same-old.

    While the past decade-plus has seen changes and arguable progress, the losses of those early years in morale and squandered customer loyalty seeped into the very fabric of the company's operations; whether those stains and managerial rhetoric from those early days have been expunged is uncertain.

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    Revisit the mission at square one. And with the advantage of hindsight since launching those satellites — through the technological revolution that has brought us the iPhone and iPad, Twitter and Facebook, SoundCloud and Spotify — reinvent radio in the context of this rapidly evolving age of mobile, apps, video, on-demand and social media. Think like a Silicon Valley/Alley startup — and hire some of those same people. You may not even be relevant anymore yet if you realign with the real world you may surprise yourselves and all of us who still hope for so much more; for that original promise.

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