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Travel for Media Partners With RadioPlayer

Product is meant to mount behind the dashboard and is a digital add-on for older car stereos

LONDON��Travel for Mediahas been chosen as traffic data supplier for the new in-car hybrid radio solution coming �over the coming weeks� fromRadioplayer, according to James Cridland�

The product is meant to mount behind the dashboard, and is simply a digital add-on for older car stereos, offering DAB, FM and streaming of live radio. The product idea wasannounced nearly two years ago at the Next Radio conference; Radioplayer Managing Director Michael Hill now says the device will be available this quarter. (Check out this�demo video�of the product, filmed in 2014.)�

Radioplayer launched �service-following� between internet streaming and DAB signals on the LG Stylus 2 DAB-equipped smartphone earlier in the year. If the DAB signal is lost, the phone automatically switches to IP � and then back again to DAB when the signal improves.

The Radioplayer Car product device provides further services to the driver as well, including text-to- speech conversion for the reading of text messages, and (of course) travel information.

�Radioplayer Car is designed to keep radio front and center in the car. Around 20% of all radio listening occurs in the car in the UK: that figure rises to around 50% in many other countries, including the US, Australia and many parts of central Europe,� according to Cridland.��

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