Pioneer Inno

  1. Exclusive: Merlin Settles With Sirius for $1.6 Million

    April 04, 2012 5:00 PM EDT Independent rights group Merlin has settled its copyright-infringement lawsuit against Sirius Satellite Radio for $1.6 million. The class action lawsuit stemmed from Stiletto, a hand-held receiver that allowed Sirius subscribers to record audio br ...

  2. XM Settles Last Inno Lawsuit With Indie Labels

    April 11, 2011 4:33 PM EDT XM Satellite Radio settled the last of the lawsuits brought against it over the company's controversial Inno device. Merlin, an organization representing many independent labels, settled for $3.6 million. The major labels, which originally br ...

  3. EMI Music Publishing, XM Settle Suit

    June 26, 2008 12:00 AM EDT XM Satellite Radio and EMI Music Publishing have resolved the lawsuit brought by the publisher against XM over its Pioneer Inno portable satellite radio. No terms of the resolution were disclosed. The Inno allows users to save individual songs fro ...

  4. XM Satellite Resolves Lawsuit With Sony BMG

    February 01, 2008 12:00 AM EST XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc said on Friday it has resolved a lawsuit brought by Sony BMG over Pioneer Inno, a portable satellite radio with advanced recording features. In a statement, XM said Sony BMG Music Entertainment has withdrawn as a pa ...

  5. XM, Warner Music Group Settle Suit

    December 21, 2007 12:00 AM EST Just days after reaching an agreement with Universal Music Group, XM Satellite Radio has reached a similar settlement with Warner Music Group with regards to the Inno portable satellite receiver. Under the deal, WMG will withdraw from the lawsuit, ...

  6. UMG To Drop XM Lawsuit

    December 17, 2007 12:00 AM EST Universal Music Group and XM Satellite Radio have resolved their legal battle over the Pioneer Inno portable satellite receiver. Under a deal expected to be announced later today, UMG will withdraw the lawsuit it filed against XM last year in retu ...

  7. Major Labels Sue XM Satellite Radio

    May 16, 2006 12:00 AM EDT The major record companies have sued XM Satellite Radio over its XM + MP3 service claiming "massive wholesale infringement" of their recordings. The suit, filed today (May 16) in the federal District The major record companies have sued ...