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Times Network partners Autocar India to launch The Autocar Show
MUMBAI: With India becoming the fastest growing automobile market in the world and individuals looking for the best in-class products, Times Network has tied up with the automobile expert magazine Autocar India to launch The Autocar Show, which will air on ET Now and Times Now from 11 December.
Hormazd Sorabjee, Editor – Autocar India, who has three decades of experience, and Narain Karthikeyan, India’s first F1 racer, will grace the television screens.
Times Network President – News and Times Now and ET Now editor in chief Arnab Goswami said, “We are delighted to have tied up with India’s most respected experts in the automobile circuit to launch The Autocar Show. I am sure that Hormazd and his team will make the show a one-stop destination that caters to the needs of everyone interested in the magical and enticing world of automobiles. The Autocar Show, which will air on ET NOW and Times NOW, will add to the world class quality, variety and relevance of our programming bouquet.”
Autocar India Editor Hormazd Sorabjee said, “We are thrilled to have tied up with Times Network which will give a huge boost to the popularity of The Autocar Show. It’s not just the fact that both ET Now and Times Now are undisputed leaders in their genres but the high energy and passion of the Times Network that motivates us to go that extra mile to deliver cutting edge content.”
The Autocar Show will air on ET Now on Fridays starting 11 December at 10:30 pm, with repeats on Saturdays (11:30 am and 3:30 pm) and Sundays (10 am and 2 pm). The show will also be telecasted on Times Now on Saturdays (6:30 pm) and Sundays (9:30 am).