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This is one of the areas of growth.

I think the Stern momentum has largely played itself out and will probably kick in again Christmas, but the big ramp that was associated with Stern coming is probably over.

As people continue to get more and more recorded content for free, one can assume that artists will attempt to make more money by performing live. And the artists are pretty powerful.

Most people are unaware of how big an event the World Cup is, or of its ability to generate advertising revenue. What the World Cup does is help anchor a franchise and lock-in longer term advertisers.

Despite the fact that they raised guidance, they didn't raise it above what the Street was expecting. They didn't really blow the Street away. They've been perfectly in line with the way Street models were built, and for us it's not really enough to get excited about the stock.

I don't think there's anything in the landscape which suggests a wholesale change in fortunes here. The expenses related to programming investments are not really one-time issues. They're going to be with us a little bit.

This is a fantastic deal. There are virtually no operating expenses for Playboy. They are just giving out their name.

In three years there are likely to be three major distribution channels - OEM, aftermarket and cell phone operators.

The uphill battle will be getting a partnership with auto makers willing to put radios in their cars as original equipment.