Marketing Automotive Weekly Editions for October 2018
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, Oct. 29, 2018
Are Consumers Ready To Buy Cars Online?
Progressive CMO Teaches ANA Audience About Risk
Porsche, Turo Partner For 'Host' Program
Acura's Influencers Encourage Others To #LookUp
Daimler Consolidates $950 Million Global Media With Omnicom Media Group
Hyundai, Kia Test Wearable Robots
Uber Finalizes Privacy Settlement With FTC
Ford Taking Self-Driving Cars To Streets Of D.C.
Federal Agency Shuts Down Self-Driving School Bus Test
Motorcycle Sales Drop Due To Aging Boomers
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, Oct. 22, 2018
Nissan's ProPilot Assist Is Big Step In Autonomous Driving
Land Rover, Clarks Partner For Shoe Collaboration
J.D. Power, Offer Tool To Improve Customer Experience
Hyundai, Kia Test Wearable Robots
TV Still Strong In Auto Ad Metrics, Social Media Even Better
Midas, Martin Agency Launch 'Project Spark'
Penske Creates 'Rolling Stone' For New Generation
Ford Ads From Wieden Swap 'Proud' For 'Tough'
Email Marketing Tips For Auto Dealers
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, Oct. 15, 2018
Long-Standing Love Affair Between Musicians, Cars Analyzed
Lincoln, Lexus Track Biggest Spend Per Spot In September
General Motors, Tesla Offer Hurricane Help
Students Turn Rusted Truck Into Marketing Jewel
Allstate Taps Augmented Reality For Fire Safety Planning
AI-Based Distracted Driver Tool Wins Isobar Hackathon
Uber To Offer Free Rides On Election Day
Waze Carpooling Coming To A City Near You
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, Oct. 8, 2018
Ad Review Pumps Drama Into Otherwise Staid Auto Industry
Ford Names BBDO As Lead Creative
Chevy, Panera, Hungry Howie's Contribute To Breast Cancer Awareness, Research
Indian Motorcycle Intros New Model, Launch Campaign
Nissan, Univision Renew Music Partnership
Hyundai, Tate Modern Open Politically Charged Exhibit
Jaguar Partners With Famous San Fran Brands
Ford Taps VR To Gauge Consumer Reactions To Self-Driving Car Signals
Toyota, SoftBank Combine Their Respective Autonomous And AI Forces
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, Oct. 1, 2018
Is 'New' Trade Agreement Really New -- Or Is It Rebranding?
GM To Move Cadillac Back To Michigan From NYC
Nissan Debuts New Titan Pickup
Pilot Flying J Jumps On College Football Bandwagon
Dollar Car Rental, Expedia Partner For 'Dollar Detour Guide'
Car Detects Accident In Advance, Takes Action Automatically
Harman, AT&T Intro Device To Make Older Cars 'Connected'
Turo Expands To The U.K.
Alamo Updates Mobile App
Daimler CEO Isn't German
Tesla Shares Jump 15% After Musk Settles SEC Charges