Marketing Automotive Weekly Editions for May 2022
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, May 16, 2022
Kardashians, Bieber Reportedly Banned By Ferrari
Jeep, Igloo Partner For Co-Branded Merchandise
Rivian Stock Price Drops As Ford Sells Shares
Hyundai Joins Wave Of Self-Driving Taxi Developers
National Used Car Company Carvana Lays Off Thousands
Musk Puts Twitter Deal 'On Hold' (Sort Of)
Podcast Ad Spending To Rise 47% To $2.1B This Year
Tegna Ad, Marketing Services See 10% Growth In Q1, Higher Political Advertising
Test Drive: Ford F-150 Lightning Electric Pickup Truck Really Is 'Game Changer'
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, May 9, 2022
Volvo Puts Stake In the Ground For Eco-Friendly Vehicles
Electrify America Usage Stats Show Rapid EV Adoption
Automotive National TV Spending Dips 14.4%
Genesis Hires Former Lexus Exec For New Brand Experience Position
Hyundai Launches 'Shooting Star' First Exclusive NFT
Ford Ad Takes Subtle Dig At Musk
Musk A No-Show At Twitter NewFront, Calls For Content Advocacy Probe
Smelly Car? P&G Taps Astrologer To Help You Choose Febreze Remedy
Tegna Ad, Marketing Services See 10% Growth In Q1, Higher Political Advertising
Podcast Ad Spending To Rise 47% To $2.1B This Year
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, May 2, 2022
A Tale Of Two Engines: Test Driving The 2023 Kia Sportage
Electrify America Usage Stats Show Rapid EV Adoption
Ram Teases Electric Pickup Truck, Pokes At Ford
BMW Signs On As Kentucky Derby Sponsor
Aston Martin Plans Eco-Moves
Porsche Creates Experiential Director Position
Broken Charging Machines Could Stall EV Adoption
Hyundai Plays Up Convenience In Ioniq Effort
How To Use Influencers To Grow The Electric Vehicle Market
Musk Still Can't Tweet Freely About Tesla, Judge Rules
Audi, MLS Plan Another Season Of Soccer Documentary
Toyota Returns To Latin AMAs
Volkswagen Sponsors Restoration Of German-American Friendship Garden
Porsche Evokes Yesterday's Atmosphere -- And Classic Car