Automotive News drops paywall for the week
Move coincides with the 2014 North American International Auto Show this week
DETROIT, Mich. – January 13, 2014 — Automotive News, the premier source of auto industry news and information, will open its website for one week beginning January 13, to give anyone an insider’s look at news impacting the industry. The timing of this “online open house” is especially valuable, as it coincides with the press preview days of one of the industry’s most important global events, the 2014 North American International Auto Show.
During Automotive News’ Free Online Access Week, most subscriber-only content at www.autonews.com will be made accessible to non-subscribers. This allows them the opportunity to view all coverage from the Detroit auto show, including articles, photo galleries, blogs and interviews, plus stories from across the auto industry.
With more than 55 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 industry, such as bankers, insurers, advertisers, consultants and media.
To take advantage of the free online access, readers should go to www.autonews.com and sign up for free registration for the week.