Automotive News to Host Free Online Access Week Dec. 6-12, 2010
DETROIT, Dec. 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Executives with a professional interest in the automotive industry can electronically preview one of the premier sources for late-breaking news and information Dec. 6-12, 2010.
Automotive News is hosting a complimentary one-week-only Free Access Week during which its subscriber-only content at www.autonews.com will also be accessible to non-subscribers. Throughout the online event, Automotive News will offer a reduced annual subscription rate of $79 to new subscribers for both the print and online versions – an $80 savings.
Since 1925, Automotive News has been a weekly – and via www.autonews.com a daily – "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 is also a key information source for professionals aligned with the automotive industry such as bankers, insurers, advertisers, consultants and media.
With more than 50 reporters and editors around the world, Automotive News delivers current news, in-depth features, insightful editorials, auto show coverage and more to 54,000 paid subscribers. The publication's Web site – www.autonews.com – is regularly updated with weekly print content as well as breaking news alerts via their network of reporters and Reuters News Service, Automotive News event presentation downloads, a comprehensive archive of articles and a wealth of global auto industry statistics through the Automotive News Data Center. Registered users can also request up-to-date information via daily and weekly e-mail newsletters and breaking news alerts.
In addition to weekly editions, Automotive News subscribers receive a number of special annual reference volumes including: Guide to Industry Executives, Top 125 Dealership Groups, Top 150 North American Suppliers, Top 100 Global Suppliers, Guide to Global Automotive Partnerships, Guide to Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles, Guide to China's Auto Market, Global Market Data Book and Car Cutaways.
PwC is the sponsor of the Automotive News Free Access Week. Visitors during that time can learn about PwCs' global automotive practice.
For further information, contact John Fitzgerald, director of business planning and online commerce, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-446-1679.
SOURCE Automotive News