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The car radio

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When you drive, do you listen to your car radio? If it's a short trip I'll quickly see what's on, but much of the time I hear ad after ad or songs I'm not in the mood for. If I'm going on a longer trip, I set up a playlist off my phone and usually don't think about the radio.
 
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I listen to SiriusXM since it came with the car and the music channels don't usually have commercials. The sports and news shows do though, which I find annoying.
 

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I also have SiriusXM, I listen to channel 37 (Octane - Rock). That's always on. Uncensored and commercial free, and they do a fantastic job at keeping the playlist fresh with new releases. I love it.
 
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It is about half and half for me. I do talk radio a lot, so I alternate between the big city station and pod-casts. Saved channels on Podbeam to be specific.
 
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A few colleges in my area run a station together. The DJs do a great job playing old and new under-the-radar songs and different genres.
 
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Sometimes I do, but I end up regretting it. Way too many commercials. I usually fire up my Daily Mix on Spotify or making a YouTube playlist. When I do have the traditional radio on, I usually end up leaving it on Scan mode so that it goes through all the stations for me and I stop it when I hear something I want to listen to.
 
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There are a few stations around where I stay that play pure music and if I am not tuned in, I will be listening to my own playlist. I have a huge preference for soft rock and country music.
 
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