iTunes tagging

iTunes tagging

An option in HD radios that allows a listener to save the name of the currently playing song into a connected iPod. When the iPod is later plugged into the computer at home, iTunes builds a playlist of tagged songs so that listeners can purchase them. The HD radio station that played the tagged song receives a royalty from Apple if purchased. See HD radio.
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Broadcast Electronics will contribute its existing suite of interactive and internet products including iTunes tagging, Sonixtream, the Artist Experience, and other innovative solutions still in development.
Lexus Lexus, Toyota to add iTunes tagging to HD radios.
Ford Motor Company (Ford) (NYSE: F), a United States-based automaker, is providing factory-installed radios that are capable of tuning to HD radio stations and offering factory integrated iTunes Tagging.
iPod nano also features a built-in FM radio with live pause and iTunes Tagging, as well as, rather curiously, a built-in pedometer.
Apple Inc (NASDAQ-NMS:AAPL) has added a video camera, voice recorder and built-in FM radio with live pause and iTunes Tagging to its iPod nano digital music player, the consumer electronics and computer company announced on Wednesday.
iTunes Tagging is great when users hear a song they like, they can simply tag it, and then preview and purchase that song when they sync to iTunes.
In addition, the XAV-701HD model features a built-in HD Radio tuner with iTunes Tagging, while the XAV-601BT model has a fully detachable faceplate.
According to the company, the new CD clock radio (ICF-CD3iP), boombox (ZS-S4iP), table top HD Radio with iTunes Tagging (XDR-S10HDiP) and docking speaker (SRS-GU10iP) enable users to listen to music from either iPod or iPhone.
The Prius v also offers SiriusXM Satellite Radio[TM], HD Radio with iTunes tagging for future purchase, CD player, USB connectivity, Bluetooth([R]) wireless phone with automatic phone book transfer and music streaming.
Jump2Go also implemented the first RDS and HD Radio iTunes Tagging stations in Cupertino, California, executing proof of concept trials for Apple in 2007.
Dual Electronics will unveil their 2010 lineup of seven receivers - from advanced multimedia to iTunes tagging HD Radios and mechless head units at the 2010 CES Show.
Dual's XHD6430 is a Bluetooth-ready, in-dash receiver with a built-in HD Radio(TM) tuner featuring iTunes tagging from a dedicated Tag button and direct USB control for iPod[R] playback.