Satellite radio is a great thing. But what if you want to listen to a particular station in a particular city? Or something really esoteric like "Radio Latvia" while driving around rural Tennessee?
A lot of radio stations worldwide "stream" their content onto The Internet. Why not have a car radio
that can pick up a satellite-broadcasted Internet broadband signal?
First, you would go onto a PC to that station's website and download the URL info needed to "shortcut" to the streaming audio portion of their website.
Next, you would go to a desktop program where you can name and assign the audio you want to link to (i.e.: KXYZ to pre-select 1, Radio Latvia to pre-select 2, etc.). Once finished, you would download this to removeable media (CD-ROM or floppy disc) and upload this to your car radio.
Then, as you drive along, you could press the pre-selects to hear your customized streaming audio anywhere you'd like (except for tunnels, of course!).