PART 2: Listen to more of Kai Ryssdal's interview with Mel Karmazin
Who: Mel Karmazin, Chief Executive Officer, Sirius Satellite Radio
Joined Sirius in 2004 as CEO. Before that, he was president and COO of Viacom; president and CEO of CBS.
First paying job: Working at an ad agency.
Education: Earned a B.A. in accounting and advertising from Pace University in night school.
What you may not know: Word has it that Karmazin is publicity shy. According to Newsweek, when Howard Stern was at CBS, he was forbidden to use Karmazin's name on the air.
Mel Karmazin's corporate bio
ON THE WEB
Why Mel Karmazin is Sirius about radio advertisingMel Karmazin talks with Ad Age about the growth of satellite radio, if the FCC has a role in the business, and his take on the iPod.
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