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Kenwood KNA G510 In-Car Navigation System Offer’s Real-Time Traffic Data

Clear Channel’s Total Traffic Network, a division of Clear Channel Radio, announced today that Kenwood has joined its list of leading players using its real-time traffic data. Now Kenwood has joined companies such as Microsoft, Yahoo!, AutoDesk, Tom Tom and Garmin who have adopted CCTTN’s real-time data.

Kenwood is offering the service on its KNA G510 navigation unit, which it unveiled this week at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Total Traffic Network, provides live, local traffic information in 125 metropolitan markets in the U.S., Mexico and New Zealand, 24x7x365 using its vast network of reporters, traffic cameras, helicopters and airplanes and is also the preferred choice of the top mobile and online services and navigation systems offering real-time traffic data.

Speaking on the occasion Jeff Littlejohn, Executive Vice President for Distribution Development, Clear Channel Radio said, “Our Real Time Traffic service adds daily relevance to navigation, increasing the desire for navigation on even well known routes. Kenwood is a proven technology leader in the aftermarket automotive category. We are proud to add Kenwood’s KNA G510 navigation unit as an option for drivers to receive the reliable, high-quality real-time traffic data provided by Clear Channel’s Total Traffic Network.”

Some of its current clients include Nextel, Verizon SMS, Tom Tom Navigator GPS, MSN Autos, MapPoint, QPass/Rand McNally, Weatherbug, SPOT, Yahoo!, Siemens VDO, AudioVox, Garmin and Cobra.

The Kenwood’s KNA G510 will be available for most automobile models and can be purchased from authorized Kenwood dealers for aftermarket installation.

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