Media Life Magazine - What the coming year holds for radio Part of the Q&A session: Can anyone tell me just what exactly they're trying to say? Apparently people will flock to buy new cars because they can listen to internet radio in their car. Let's throw out the fact that the "Big Three" are in trouble, and no one is really buying new cars like they were four or five years ago. But, we read on... "the car is not strong right now." Does anyone see a little contradiction? Furthermore, let's say that cities are building wifi connections. That's fine and all, but how will internet radio work if i'm driving from Oklahoma City to somewhere in Iowa? There's a LOT of empty land out that way. How could someone get internet radio in their car in the middle of bumblefuck America?