76% of American mobile owners would consider paying a one-time fee of $0.30 for access to local radio stations through an FM tuner in their handsets. Meanwhile, 66% said they would use a built-in radio, and 73% said having FM in their phone would be important for local weather and emergency alerts. This is all according to a survey commissioned by US radio industry body NAB, and is designed to bolster its lobbying efforts for FM chips to be made compulsory in all US handsets.Read more: http://tinyurl.com/2fxe4sf

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