Turmoil Over Who Controls the Car Radio

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  • Ford knew something that even the radio industry didn’t know before making their first attempt to delete AM from in-car entertainment systems – here’s what it is.
  • The BBC got it right – what their new leader predicts for radio distribution within the next 10 years.
  • If they are right, the NAB is pandering to AM owners who would be better served by accepting the BBC vision.
  • Almost everyone agrees FM is next if it doesn’t at least keep an open mind for the European radio solution.
  • Auto manufacturers are hijacking the car radio to make money from apps – this counter punch stops them in their tracks and puts control in the hands of broadcasters.

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