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Live & On-Demand Cybercast Coverage

Chicago Auto Show
February 12-21, 1999

Greater LA Auto Show

North American International
Auto Show
December 29-30, 1998
January 3-8, 1999

International Motorcycle
Show

California International
Auto Show
December 4-6, 1998
October 14-18, 1998


Once again, automobile shoppers and enthusiasts all over the world will be able to watch complete live coverage of the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show and the North American International Auto Show (commonly known as the Detroit Auto Show). The LA and Detroit Auto Shows, considered to be the premier consumer automotive expositions in the United States, will be available via The Auto Channel's Internetwork.

Similar to last year's inaugural Auto Show Internet broadcasts, The Auto Channel will present every manufacturer's press conference and new vehicle introduction unveiled during the respective show's Media Days. Since these presentations are not open to the public, the broadcasts provide consumers with an exclusive advanced look at the newest models.

Coverage of the Los Angeles Auto Show will begin on Tuesday, December 29th, with two jam-packed days of new vehicle introductions, press conferences, and celebrity interviews. Porsche, BMW, Buick, Ford, Nissan, Honda, and Lincoln are among the manufacturers scheduled to unveil new vehicles or significant updates.

Coverage of the North American International Auto Show from Cobo Center will commence of Sunday, January 3rd, and continue through Friday, January 8th. Ferrari, Cadillac, Jaguar, Saab, Saturn, Pontiac, Dodge and several other manufacturers have scheduled press conferences and introductions. Ford, GM, and Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge will also have concept car presentations.


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