Howard Stern’s XM Lawsuit Dismissed

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(CNN) - Howard Stern's lawsuit against Sirius XM Radio has been dismissed by a New York judge.

The shock-jock was hoping to get 300-million-dollars in stock awards he claimed Sirius owed him.

Stern's contract with Sirius gives him stock awards for adding subscribers.
He believes the count should include subscribers that were added when Sirius merged with X-M in 2008.

The judge rejected that argument -- but Stern told his listeners he plans to appeal.

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