Radio And Cars First 'Hooked Up' 82 Years Ago
May 31, 2012 at 3:59 AM (PT)
CBS NEWS has published an interesting "infographic," showing the 82-year love affair between radio and the automobile.
It was in 1930 that the first in-car radio hit the market. "Since then, it's been constant upgrades from mountable radios to the 'integrated infotainment systems' in vehicles today," notes CBS. In 1952, BLAUPUNK introduced "FM." The cassette and CD came along much later. Since 2000, technology has added satellite radio, smartphone synching and more.
Check it out here.