Sirius Backseat TV Debutes In Chrysler Cars

Posted: Mar 29 2007, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:21am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Sirius Backseat TV Debutes in Chrysler Cars
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Sirius, yes the same folks behind the streaming satellite radio programming, are looking to branch out into TV. They are set to begin offering a new service called Backseat TV in some Chrysler vehicles.

The service will offer three live TV channels to screens in the backseat of the car. Children will be able to choose from family type programs from Nick, Disney and Cartoon Network. That means that the children’s programming trifecta is covered.As a parent of two young kids I can tell you how much road trips improve when kids have movies or TV shows to watch. Sirius doesn’t even add much to the price of their programming to cover the TV at only an additional $7 per month. However, the hardware required in the vehicles is a $470 option from Chrysler. Story and image via Crave

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