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Options for new-car stereos: Anything but static, please

Internet-based radio could pinch AM/FM

7:39 PM, Mar. 25, 2013
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Radio broadcasters face being squeezed off the dial as stereo makers offer an array of apps with thousands of new listening options in new cars.

A far cry from local AM/FM sets of the past, the latest units not only offer satellite or HD radio, but apps that bundle signals from Internet radio broadcasters across the country. The result is conventional broadcasters are being forced to adapt by emphasizing quality local or targeted content, working different distribution channels or maybe becoming part of a bundle themselves.

The competitive path will only get tougher as the newest stereo ...

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