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Geneva Motor Show to launch television channel –

Geneva Motor Show, 5-15 March 2009The 79th Geneva International Motor Show starts in under two weeks and if you can’t be there you needn’t miss a thing. Each day from 10am (8pm AEDT) an internet television channel will have footage of all the latest from the show. If you’re keen, you can bookmark the page now:

The show runs from 5-15 March, however the web-TV channel will run for four extra days (2-16 March), covering events in the lead up and conclusion to the show.

As is to be expected, there are a host of manufacturers revealing new models in Geneva, including Aston Martin, Audi, BMW, Mazda, Renault and Porsche. There is also some speculation that a new hot Golf R20T could be revealed.

A full list of model premieres will be available soon on the show’s official website. The full press release announcing can be read after the jump.


The 79th Geneva International Motor Show:

The Motor Show will have its own television programme on the web!

Another premier for the Motor Show! For the first time, the Geneva International Motor Show will present a daily television programme from March 2-16, 2009. All the news, the new presentations, life at the Show, and human interest stories will be online every day at 10:00 a.m.

salon-auto.TV is a programme televised exclusively on web-TV which will be put online daily for the 79th Geneva International Motor Show, running from March 5-15, 2009 at GENEVA PALEXPO. The programme can be found on, and will also be directly accessible on the Show’s website: It can also be followed on the site: and, for a select group, on the site reserved for media representatives:

The first programme will be put online on Monday, March 2nd at 10:00 a.m., three days before the Show is open to the public, and the last will be shown on March 16th, the day after the Show is closed.

The main topics of the programme will be the different vehicles and accessories being exhibited, life at the Show, and human interest stories, plus dynamic and “punchy” interviews. Breaking news will also be presented as it occurs.

The daily programme can be viewed at any time, plus you can watch those from previous days, which can be found either in chronological order or through a summary of selected themes.

While waiting for the Show to open, two webcams will be continually capturing the construction and assembly work as the 79th Geneva International Motor Show comes together. You can watch these spectacular activities until they are completed via the Show’s official website:

3 replies on “Geneva Motor Show to launch television channel –”

Hoping for some Polo action. There has been sweet FA in the way of spy-shots or leaks so maybe it won’t even debut in Geneva?

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