Automotive News To Host Free Online Access Week December 3-9
DETROIT, Nov. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Automotive News, the premier source of automotive industry news and information, will open its doors for one week beginning December 3 to give anyone with an interest in the industry an insider’s look at the latest news, data and information.
During Automotive News’ Free Online Access Week, its subscriber-only content at www.autonews.com will be made accessible to non-subscribers. Also during the Free Online Access Week, Automotive News will offer an annual print and online subscription to new subscribers at a reduced rate of $79 – a savings of more than 50%.
Automotive News Free Online Access Week is sponsored by Experian. Partner with Experian Automotive and know the value of a fresh perspective. We bring together data assets from a wealth of resources to allow our clients to fully understand the market, the vehicles and the people who buy them. Only Experian Automotive integrates these combined assets to give you a unique perspective of your business.
With more than 50 reporters and editors around the world, Automotive News is the leading source of auto industry news, with a weekly newspaper, website, email newsletters, video newscasts and industry-leading events and conferences. Automotive News — in print and online — is a must read for industry executives, providing insight to managers and leaders at all levels, at companies ranging from automakers to suppliers and dealers to remarketers. It’s also a key information source for service professionals aligned with the automotive industry such as bankers, insurers, advertisers, consultants and media.
Automotive News provides a comprehensive archive of articles and a wealth of global auto industry statistics through the Automotive News Data Center. Automotive News subscribers also receive a number of special reference volumes, including: Guide to Industry Executives, Top 125 Dealership Groups, Top 150 North American Suppliers, Top 100 Global Suppliers and Guide to Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles.
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