Sirius Up on Chrysler Pact

Sirius Satellite ( SIRI) was about 5% higher Wednesday morning after the company said DaimlerChrysler's ( DCX) Chrysler unit would include its radios in 11 of next year's models.

By the second half of 2006, Sirius expects to have 500,000 radios installed in various Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep models. A free one-year subscription to Sirius' satellite service will be made available to all purchasers of these vehicles.

Shares of Sirius were recently up 21 cents, or 5.4%, to $4.10.

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