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Sirius Gets $250M Morgan Stanley Loan

6/05/2007 03:54:00 PM Eastern

New York — Sirius Satellite Radio reports it has obtained a $250 million senior secured term loan commitment from Morgan Stanley Senior Funding.

The facility will mature in 5.5 years and have covenants substantially similar to those under the company's existing 9 5/8 percent Senior Notes. The proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes, Sirius said.

Morgan Stanley is acting as the sole lead arranger and has committed to provide the entire principal amount of the facility, subject to customary closing conditions. “This transaction takes advantage of favorable market conditions and significantly strengthens our balance sheet,” said David Frear, executive VP/chief financial officer of Sirius.

Sirius said in a statement that it believes that its merger with XM Satellite Radio will close by the end of 2007.

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