In today's WSJ Marketplace section, columnist Lee Gomes highlights the flaws behind the broadcast radio lobby's diminished choice and monopoly arguments against the proposed Sirius/XM merger:If you fret about diminished...

In today’s WSJ Marketplace section, columnist Lee Gomes highlights the flaws behind the broadcast radio lobby’s "diminished choice" and monopoly arguments against the proposed Sirius/XM merger:

If you fret about diminished choices with a joined Sirius and XM, think for a second about commercial radio in the U.S. Its ownership is highly concentrated, its programming is most commonly described as "soulless" and it is missing most of the public-interest programming we used to take for granted.

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