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US Pirg has released a new report on commuting patterns that has to be worrying some radio people: we are driving less. “The Driving Boom is over,” proclaims US Pirg Senior Analyst Phineas Baxandall. “The constant increases we saw in … finish reading Will the end of driving mean the end of radio?
Three years ago at CES car stereos started talking to smartphones to control apps like Pandora. This year radio apps are moving en masse from the smartphone into the dashboard. Smartphones still provide the critical mobile data link, although one … finish reading Mobile radio apps jump from the smartphone to the dashboard at CES
Cadillac becomes the first US auto manufacturer to include HD Radio technology…but will anyone listen?
On the heels of recent announcements from both Hyundai and Mazda, each stating they would expand HD Radio in select car models in 2012 and 2013, Cadillac said today they will become the first US car manufacturer to include HD … finish reading Cadillac becomes the first US auto manufacturer to include HD Radio technology…but will anyone listen?
It’s called the Parrot Asteroid—an Android powered car stereo that will pipe in your music “from any source,” including FM, web radio, iPhones, SD cards, the works. The gadget has been a hit at the CES 2011 conference (today is … finish reading Android powered car radio a hit at CES 2011 conference
The annual Consumer Electronics Show kicks off this Thursday in Las Vegas. While all the biggest buzz around the show is in anticipation of new tablet competitors for Apple’s iPad, we can still expect to hear announcements of new radio … finish reading What’s in store for radio at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show
On Monday the trade publication Automotive News reported that the number of car makers offering HD Radio is up, mostly relying on stats provided by iBiquity, which owns the technology. According to the article pricey brands Volvo, BMW and Rolls-Royce … finish reading More car makers offer HD Radio, but can you actually buy it?
As we reported back in January, all the big radio hoopla at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show as about the incursion of internet audio services like Pandora into car stereo systems. Things have been quiet on that front until I … finish reading The Times Tests In-Car Internet Audio
On Wednesday Sirius XM radio (SIRI) announced that it added 171,441 net subscribers in the first quarter of 2010. While this is certainly better news for the company than a net loss, the gain still doesn’t quite put its subscriber … finish reading Sirius Subscriptions Bounce Back a Bit
Already some of us have been listening to live streaming internet radio on our mobile devices, like iPhones and Blackberries. But, as I argued last month, the experience still doesn’t quite add up to true mobile internet radio, especially because … finish reading What does the iPad mean for radio?