Clear Channel Radio has several announcements planned for the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, including news about its traffic distribution platforms and HD Radio.
Attendees will see the Clear Channel Traffic data distribution platform, CCTraffic.Net, at a suite in the Palms Hotel Casino.
Several navigation device makers will showcase Clear Channel Total Traffic Network applications on their newest models in booths, including Garmin, Tom Tom, Navigon, Harmon Kardon, Mio, Clarion and dmedia.
The MSN HD Direct platform, which delivers MSN Direct information to “smart” consumer electronics devices using HD Radio technology, will be demoed in the Ibiquity booth.
Lance Locher, SVP of Clear Channel’s Total Traffic Network, plans to discuss the use of advanced communications technology to improve transportation safety and mobility and enhance productivity at a telematics seminar.
Derek Rohloff, VP of sales for Real Time Traffic, is a speaker on a panel discussing Data Broadcast Services, most notably HD Radio and its data delivery capabilities.
The CES is Jan. 7–10. Look for more coverage in RW’s “The Leslie Report” that week from the show floor.