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arsclist Washington Area ARSC members and friends

List members in the DC area may be interested in the local chapter's
next program.

XM Radio Field Trip
For this month's ARSC program we will not be meeting at the Library
of Congress,  but instead will visit the broadcasting facilities and
corporate headquarters for XM Satellite Radio, located at the corner of
New York Ave. and Florida Ave. NW, D.C..  XM is a new satellite radio
network that touts itself as the first major new format in radio since
the development of FM.  It broadcasts 100 channels of sports, music and
news to a national audience via its two-satellite system.  Most 
broadcasting will feature fewer commercials than on traditional radio.
Officials of XM radio have graciously agreed to give us a tour of the
facility.  Because our hosts will need a pre-count of the number of
visitors, we are asking that those planning to attend RSVP by January
15th.  To do so, send an email to <bcor@xxxxxxx> or call (202) 707-8466
and leaving a message including the number planning to attend. If you
have further questions, call ((202) 547-7622) or e-mail
(klornell@xxxxxx) Kip Lornell.  

Tuesday, January 22, 2002
7:00 P.M.

XM Radio
1500 Eckington Place, NE
Washington, DC 20002
(Please RSVP by January 15)


Details: Kip Lornell (202) 547-7622

Bryan Cornell
Reference Librarian
Recorded Sound Reference Center
Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division
Library of Congress, Washington, DC 20540-4690
Tel.: (202) 707-7833
Fax: (202) 707-8464
Email: bcor@xxxxxxx
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