L.A. Times

Buying a new car? L.A. Times recommends bringing your smartphone to test Pandora integration

Monday, November 14, 2011 - 11:00am

Web car"A quick spin around the block won't cut it anymore" when buying a new car, writes the L.A. Times. In a new article filled with 21st century tips for visiting a car dealership, the Times recommends bringing your smartphone along.

Why? For testing Pandora and Internet radio integration, among other things.

"Today's vehicles pack so much technology that savvy car buyers need to take a modern approach to the old-fashioned test drive," writes the Times. You can find the full article here.

L.A. Times spotlights Triton Digital

Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - 12:00pm

Triton Digital's founders Neal Schore (left) and Mike Agovino (right)"Like Levi Strauss, who got rich selling goods to immigrants during the Gold Rush, the founders of Triton Digital are making their fortune by providing the technology to radio companies wanting to mine digital gold."

So begins the L.A. Times' feature on Triton Digital and its founders: Neal Schore and Mike Agovino. The article follows the "old-school radio executives" from their decision to start Triton to what the company is up to today. You can find it right here.

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