Over 50 Videos Featured in Exclusive PRESS PASS COVERAGE of the Geneva Motor Show
The Auto Channel's exhaustive coverage of Europe's most important automotive exposition is the next best thing to being there
AUTO CENTRAL - March 16, 2012: For the past two decades, the aim of our PRESS PASS COVERAGE of major automotive events has been to give our audience the most complete and comprehensive look at the events. Usually this has meant allowing you to see everything as we experience them - as if you were an automotive journalist.
We think that one of the best aspects of having Media Credentials is that we get to see all of the press conferences and preview presentations that the general public never gets to see (except via TheAutoChannel.com's coverage, of course).
This is why we try to present as much of the complete press conferences and previews as is possible for us to provide. Whenever possible we offer you the entire presentation, not just 30 or 60-second clips; afterall, a simple still photograph can convey nearly as much information, so why waste your time. Any sales lead-generating website can give you that.
But that's not what we're about. The Auto Channel is dedicated to giving you the full monty so that whether you are a serious consumer looking to research the next big purchase in your life, or an avid automotive enthusiast, you'll get the experience that you really want and deserve.
This year's PRESS PASS COVERAGE of the Geneva International Motor Show not only includes dozens of text stories, but over 50 different videos - totally around five hours - that cover almost every single aspect of the event. Frankly, even if you were an automotive journalist and went to Geneva yourself, you would not see as much content as we are able to provide. It's why so many auto journalists rely on our coverage of events to fill in or remind them of everything that took place.
So with no further adeau, we welcome you to see the Geneva Show in the way you should, and it's all FREE!
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