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Category Archives: Auto Show Coverage
Tweet So far, you have seen Michael Gatch‘s phoptohgraphy, Anthony Fongaro‘s commentary, and my story from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show. We’re just getting started with the rest of the coverage. Now, it’s slashMedia‘s turn. You can see some video … Continue reading
Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern Throughout the nation and indeed the world, there is a type of event that happens in almost every major city. Although there are major destinations, these shows serve multiple purposes. These are auto shows … Continue reading
Tweet Two years ago, Michael Gatch joined me to help capture images from the Chicago Auto Show. What he came up with was a set of beautiful images with varying degrees of light and emotion. This year, he returned on … Continue reading
Tweet That’s just five of us… – All Photos by Randy Stern, except noted otherwise Since 1901, Chicago has hosted one of the largest auto shows in North America – if not, the world. The over one million square feet … Continue reading
Tweet We waited a very long time for this…the 2018 edition of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Being the most important show in terms of the North American automotive market, you expect the big reveals to happen, … Continue reading
Tweet If there was a theme for the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, it would be “how small would you like your SUV to be?” Maybe it is a justified theme. I’ve heard reports of analysts expecting us to pay … Continue reading
Tweet The Tokyo Motor Show used to be the hub for all things Japanese – including new production models. It seems that this recent edition of Japan’s key auto show focused on concepts and technology than a new product. There … Continue reading
Tweet The problem with covering a major auto show from the comfort of your own home is that you have to try not to live vicariously through your colleagues. Sadly, YouTube dictates otherwise… Yet, the advantage of not being at … Continue reading
Tweet Before anyone flashed their credentials at the gates of the Jacob Javits Center, the 2017 edition of the New York International Auto Show already began. For the two days running up to the formal press days, various automakers already … Continue reading