CBS And Subaru Partner With Aha
January 10, 2012 at 7:33 AM (PT)
AHA by HARMAN and CBS RADIO have announced a partnership that will bring CBS RADIO stations to drivers and other users of the AHA platform. Audio streams from CBS RADIO's 129 stations will be distributed via mobile devices and directly into cars.
AHA is powering the Web-connected "fourth band" of radio, alongside AM, FM and satellite radio and is currently working with five automotive manufacturers to implement consumer services based on its cloud-based platform bringing a broad spectrum of rich internet content safely into vehicles. Beginning in Q1 2012, AHA users will have instant access to thousands of free stations of Web-based content, including local CBS RADIO stations, on-demand, music, live news, podcasts, audio books, personalized traffic reports, FACEBOOK and TWITTER newsfeeds, personalized restaurant recommendations from YELP! and much more.
Subaru Selects Aha To Deliver Web Content
SUBARU OF AMERICA and AHA by HARMAN have announced a partnership that will use the AHA platform to seamlessly bring Web-based content into SUBARU vehicles to let drivers interact with web-based content right through their radios. SUBARU is one of the first automotive manufacturers to integrate AHA's service into its vehicles.