The system, which is on sale now, will cost $1,299, and carry a $28 monthly charge.
Viewers will be able to watch 22 satellite TV channels and listen to 20
satellite radio channels via their rear seat entertainment systems.
The initial programming will chiefly be focused on families,
says Winston Guillory
Jr., president of RaySat Broadcasting Corporation, which is working with
AT&T to introduce the product.
Adults won’t be left out, though, with channels such as the
NFL Network and CNN being part of the mix.
A more thorough lineup of featured channels is after the