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AT&T, CruiseCast Upgrade All Roadtrips With Sat TV On The Go

June 3rd, 2009 · Tags:Arts · Cities · Gadgets · Satire · Wi-Fi

Roadtrips just got a lot better.  Gone are the days when you may have used a bungee chord to tie down a small TV and a DVD player on a beer cooler in the back of the family truckster, for the kids to occupy they minds.

CruiseCast released this news:

AT&T Services Inc. and RaySat Broadcasting Corporation are today announcing the official launch of AT&T CruiseCast -the newest in-vehicle entertainment service, with 22 satellite TV and 20 satellite radio channels.

With a variety of kids and family, music, comedy, news and sports programming, the AT&T CruiseCast service will enable families, commuters and mobile professionals to enjoy their favorite programs via the rear-seat entertainment systems of their vehicles, and will also be available for RV enthusiasts and semi truck drivers.

You may recall an interview with Winston Guillory of CruiseCast here on PingWi-Fi, from the exhibit hall at CES in Las Vegas.  In this office, the interview will forever be known as the “Crop dusting” interview … for extremely irreverant reasons.

Note: What is a “semi truck driver?”  Either yo is, or yo aint … LOL!

Know what I sayin?