Read this: Traffic radio service succumbs to government cuts | Media | guardian.co.uk
Summary: Photograph PA A digital radio traffic and travel news service always seemed an unlikely proposition when so few vehicles have in-car digital radio. Now the Highways Agency's traffic radio service has become the latest victim of government cuts just as the administration is encouraging the BBC and commercial radio to invest more in digital. Traffic Radio, which launched on digital audio broadcasting DAB radio in 2007 and broadcasts live traffic updates 24 hours a day, will stop broadcasting in August next year. - guardian.co.ukwww.guardian.co.ukTraffic radio service succumbs to govern…
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