Clear Channel Total Traffic Network Signs More Vehicles to Service
San Antonio - Nov 3, 2009 - The Clear Channel Radio Total Traffic Network (CCTTN) signed a direct-to-vehicle deal with Mazda. Mazda will offer the traffic service on its CX-9 SUV, beginning with the 2010 model year.
In addition, Aston Martin will offer CCTTN's real-time traffic service on all Aston Martins produced for North America, beginning with 2010 models.
Also, the first HD Radio-based device for vehicles from Cydle have been released for use with CCTTN. The device is for purchase online now.
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