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Clear Channel is bringing its iHeartRadio digital radio service to more vehicles. At the Consumer Electronics Show, the media company announced that new Jaguar Land Rovers, Volvo and Kia vehicles will have iHeartRadio integrated into their connected dashboards. In addition, BOSCH SoftTec, a car platform solution provider, has partnered with Clear Channel to bring the streaming radio service to OEMs that are using its software.
iHeartRadio is now supported by 15 OEMs and providers, including Chrysler, Ford, GM, Lincoln, Toyota, Clarion, JVC, Kenwood, and Pioneer. At last year’s CES, Clear Channel announced apps for GM and Chrysler. The service has more than 20 million registered users.
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