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Jan. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- As over 50 new vehicles and concept cars are being unveiled at the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) today and tomorrow in
Detroit, for the first time livestream video is being provided to mobile devices exclusively on the NAIAS Official Auto Show App. The Official NAIAS App, powered by WDIV-TV / ClickOnDetroit.com and sponsored by
Oakland University, is now available for free download for both iPhone and Android devices.
From the latest breaking automotive news, photos and videos, and a virtual map of the show floor, the Official news and information app for the 2013 NAIAS has everything auto show fans need to stay informed. It's the 2013 way to enjoy the Auto Show, adding a whole new dimension of fun, facts and features including:
Livestream video of vehicle unveilings on mobile devices
Information about the show and ticket sales
Virtual map to the show floor at Cobo Center
News updates from ClickOnDetroit.com
Twitter updates from #NAIAS
Detroit weather forecasts and live radar
Detroit Guide to local restaurants and businesses
"The new NAIAS App puts everything auto show in the palm of smart phone users," said
Jim Seavitt, chairman, NAIAS 2013. "It is the best way to keep track of what's happening at the show on a minute-by-minute basis. It's the must-have App for 2013."
"We are delighted to partner with the NAIAS in providing the news content for the Official NAIAS Mobile App to greatly enhance visitors enjoyment of this world class event," said
Marla Drutz, VP and General Manager of WDIV-TV. "WDIV and Post-Newsweek Stations have always been a leader in innovation and our development of this app and partnership with the DADA is another illustration of that commitment to taking our award-winning news coverage to the next level."
"We are very pleased to be the sponsor of the official North American International Auto Show app," says
Gary Russi, president of
Oakland University. "Our Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), which ranks second in the state among collegiate SAE chapters, will be at the show for the third year in a row displaying their vehicles. It's a great experience for our students and now they and thousands of other viewers will be able to experience the show in real time through the mobile app."
In addition to providing the news for the Official 2013 NAIAS App, Local 4 News and ClickOnDetroit.com will have complete and unparalleled auto show coverage on-air and online. Local 4 News Morning will broadcast live from Cobo Center as the NAIAS Press Week begins. Daily news reports and broadcasts from the show floor will be featured in all Local 4 newscasts throughout the week.
Wednesday, Jan. 16, at
8 p.m. a special primetime
Dateline Detroitwill take you behind the scenes at the NAIAS with a look at what's new today in the auto industry.
Friday, Jan. 18, at
Rhonda Walker and
Ashlee Baracy host Local 4's live coverage of the
Charity Preview gala event.
The Official NAIAS Mobile App was developed for the DADA and WDIV-TV by WaPo Labs, a digital development team focused on emerging technologies at The Washington Post Company, in cooperation with PNS Digital, the digital media team of Post-Newsweek Stations, Inc.