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From Satellites to SiriusXM: A Journey of a Radio Pioneer
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36:47 - 39:46 (02:58)

The founder of SiriusXM, Martine Rothblatt, discusses her journey from working at Hughes Aircraft Company to starting her own satellite radio company, SiriusXM. She shares how her interest in space and technology led her to where she is today.

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