By Sue Zeidler LOS ANGELES, April 26 (Reuters) - Radio broadcasters, facing increased competition from iPods and satellite radio, are pushing a new digital format called HD Radio that has so far failed to win over U.S. carmakers. Hyundai Corp. , BMW AG , and Ford Motor Co.-owned , Britain-based Jaguar plan to offer HD Radio, and other carmakers are also set to announce deals. Because of the amount of time people spend listening to the radio in their cars, striking such deals will be ...
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