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Autoline THIS WEEK

Website: http://www.autolinedetroit.tv/
Next Airing: Sat, Apr 11th, 2020 at 10:30 AM on UEN-TV

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"Autoline THIS WEEK" is dedicated to reporting on, discussing and dissecting the inner workings of the auto industry and the products that it makes. The 30-minute panel show focuses on topics that drive the industry as well the men and women behind the wheel. John McElroy in addition to being the dean of Detroit's automotive journalist community, he is also host of this EMMY-award winning show.

Episodes:

  • Hello Detroit? The U.S. Army Wants You

    Detroit used to be known as the Arsenal of Democracy. Not so much anymore. Now the U.S. military would like a lot more engagement from automakers and automotive suppliers. On Autoline This Week, the panel discusses the business opportunities the auto industry can pursue and how it can go about doing it.

    Next Airing: Sat, Apr 11th, 2020 at 10:30 AM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:26:46
    Usage rights: 4/9/2020 to 4/22/2020
  • Cadillac Changing Course

    Once not too long ago it was king of the luxury hill. But having lost that title to the Germans years back, Cadillac has sputtered on every end. By the time the product was fixed much of the customer base had defected. But now Cadillac has turned to the luxury brands' Mr. Fix It, Johan de Nysschen. Responsible for transforming Audi into the U.S. sales powerhouse it today and was on his way to attempting the same for Infiniti before Cadillac came calling. On this week's show, Mr. de Nysschen talks about his strategy for Cadillac to regain the luster, and more importantly, sales it has lost since 2000. Joining John McElroy on his panel are John Stoll of the Wall Street Journal and AutoPacific analyst David Sullivan.

    Next Airing: Thu, Apr 16th, 2020 at 1:00 AM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:26:47
    Usage rights: 6/9/2016 to 6/22/2016
  • Pushing for More Diversity in the Automotive Industry

    The automotive industry made good progress over the last 30 years broadening its inclusion of women and minorities in its executive workforce. Even so, it's falling woefully short of where it needs to be. On Autoline This Week, the panel discusses ideas and best practices on how the industry can do a better job.

    Next Airing: Sat, Apr 18th, 2020 at 10:30 AM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:26:46
    Usage rights: 4/16/2020 to 4/29/2020
  • The Ev Era

    Electrics were all the rage a few years ago. Nissan, Mitsubishi and Chevrolet - among others - gave consumers their first taste of gas-free driving. But as manufacturers improved the performance of their internal combustion engines, electrics almost went into hibernation. But now, suddenly, they are de rigueur once again. Join John McElroy from the floor of the New York Auto Show as he discusses this electric resurrection with Salim Morsy from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, John Voelcker of High Gear Media and EV enthusiast Chelsea Sexton.

    Next Airing: Thu, Apr 23rd, 2020 at 1:00 AM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:26:47
    Usage rights: 6/16/2016 to 6/29/2016
  • Coronavirus & The Impact on the Auto Industry

    Length: 00:26:46
    Usage rights: 4/2/2020 to 4/15/2020
  • Cracking The Code On How to Sell Evs

    Automakers have to sell electric cars. It's the law. But so far EVs only account for 1.4% of all new car sales. So how can automakers grow the EV segment? Escalent is a research firm that's identified six different groups of new car buyers and what motivates them to buy a new car. You might be surprised by its findings because "saving the environment" is not high on their list. Instead, automakers need to key in on other attributes, which is the topic of this show's discussion.

    Length: 00:26:46
    Usage rights: 3/19/2020 to 4/1/2020
  • How The Heck Will We Repair These Newfangled Cars?

    Automakers are equipping cars with ADAS, or advanced driver assistance systems, including radar, sonar and video cameras. This is the technology that can make cars safer with blind spot detection, automated emergency braking and lane keeping. But if your car gets bent up in an accident, who's going to make sure these sensors are properly aimed and calibrated? In collaboration with I-CAR, the independent collision auto repair association, we have three automotive repair experts weighing in on what the industry needs to do to make sure ADAS technology truly keeps your car safe.

    Length: 00:26:46
    Usage rights: 3/26/2020 to 4/8/2020
  • The Electronic Transformation of the Automobile

    For over a century, cars were all about nuts & bolts and stamping & welding. Not anymore. Today, the automobile is going through an electronic metamorphosis that is going to transform the driving experience. How far will it go, how fast will it happen and can the traditional auto industry keep up with the change?

    Length: 00:26:46
    Usage rights: 3/12/2020 to 3/25/2020
  • The End of the Ice Age, Or Is It?

    Some experts say we're on the verge of a tipping point with electric cars. Other experts say the internal combustion engine (ICE) will be around until the middle of this century. On Autoline This Week, three reporters from Wards, who intensely cover powertrains and propulsion systems, join us to share what they've learned about where the automotive industry is really headed.

    Length: 00:26:46
    Usage rights: 3/5/2020 to 3/18/2020

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