Study: In-car Internet can drag down radio listening

09/13/2007 | Radio Ink · Radio Online

In-car Internet will pose a "significant threat" to both broadcasters and satellite radio, according to a new study from Bridge Ratings. Bridge predicts that 1% of the U.S. will have in-car Wi-Fi in the first year once it is commercially available and that penetration will increase to 53.2% by year nine.

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