Digital Data Networks, Inc., through its Transit Network division, markets and operates a digital information network from which it generates advertising revenue. The Transit Network's digital information network is a network of computerized electronic displays that delivers information, both text and graphics, to riders on-board public transit vehicles, utilizing an FM subcarrier signal to transmit the data. The Transit Network currently operates its digital information network on the 768-bus fleet of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit "DART) system, which began operations in 1991. News briefs, weather, trivia questions, sports reports and transit authority information are continuously presented, and can be interspersed with advertising messages as well.
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