The U.K.’s new coalition government says it will work with the auto industry to ensure all new cars are fitted with digital radios as standard by the end of 2013. Communications Minister Ed Vaizey tells a consumer-electronics conference in London the government is committed to securing a digital future for radio and the automotive sector is a key focus. He also says the government shares the industry’s concern for an affordable and easy conversion solution to upgrading radios to digital ...

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