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  • Honda moves from cars to music
  • Honda moves from cars to music
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Honda moves from cars to music

Playing to the music-hungry Millennial generation, Honda has announced its multi-platform music programme 'Honda Stage'. The car manufacturer is becoming its own music curator and content delivery platform in an attempt to capture the attention of a younger audience.



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