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Listen up, TV junkies: You may soon be able to watch some of your favorite shows in the car.

Automaker Chrysler Group will offer live television in its vehicles by the end of the year, according to the Detroit Free Press. The service, called FLO TV Auto Entertainment, costs $629 plus installation costs and offers up to 20 channels, including CBS, CNBC, Comedy Central, Fox News, MSNBC, and MTV.

The system includes a 7-inch DVD screen and a small antenna about the size of a computer mouse, which is mounted on the vehicle's roof. Chrysler will offer the system through its Mopar aftermarket unit in more than 100 metropolitan areas.

The service is free for one year after installation, but users would then pay a monthly fee to continue their subscription. Chrysler is working with FLO TV to offer service packages that start at $9 per month.