BusRadio looks to reach captive student audience

06/5/2006 | Washington Post, The

Massachusetts startup company BusRadio plans to broadcast radio programming via a private network to school buses in districts nationwide, with content including music and advertising aimed at school-aged children. BusRadio is currently testing the service but hopes to launch by September 2007 to an audience of 1 million students.

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