Nissan Exclusive Auto Partner For iTunes Radio
Apple continues to sign major deals with well-known brands for its recently released iTunes Radio. For an undisclosed advertising commitment, Nissan becomes the exclusive auto partner through 2013. Among the first Nissan vehicles to be highlighted with iTunes Radio materials are the resigned 2014 Nissan Rogue compact SUV, the all-new 2014 Nissan Versa Note, and the Nissan LEAF electric vehicle. The radio industry is gathering next month in Detroit to learn more about the convergence of audio and the DASH.
Vice President of Nissan Marketing for North America Jon Brancheau said, "We see iTunes Radio as an integral part of our new vehicle launches and 'big moments,' riding the wave of interest and usage of this exciting new service to maximize exposure of Nissan's new models. We're also adding iAd on iTunes Radio as a critical platform in support of ongoing campaigns, such as our college football and Heisman Trophy Tour initiatives. It's a great way for Nissan to reach the right audiences in the right markets."
(10/17/2013 7:09:10 PM) |
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(9/24/2013 8:14:29 AM) |
A DVR type functionality where songs can be preloaded from home by attaching to wifi would be great, and easy really. Sirius has had memory in their units for years, although not much more than an hour.
And AM/FM is not available everywhere unless you only listen to country music. There's a reason all the truckers have Sirius.
This is a great threat to Sirius in my opinion. Cell build out is only a matter of time.
(9/23/2013 5:17:36 PM) |
Internet radio in a vehicle is great ... if that vehicle never leaves a serviced area, and the owner wants to continuously pay for a data plan - and a BIG one. Drive from one end of the country to the other. See how reliable that cellular data is. Now get off an interstate and see what happens. The US is well covered in many areas, but not EVERYWHERE. In Canada, it's far, far worse. AM/FM is free all the time. And signals are everywhere.
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