Joining John each week is outspoken automotive pundit, Peter De Lorenzo of Auto Extremist.com, and Business Week Detroit Bureau Chief David Welch.
Automotive journalist John Mc Elroy taps into his vast network of auto reporters and colleagues to gather for an irreverent roundtable discussion of the latest news to come out of the automotive world.
The event has been supported by sponsors including Microsoft, Cornerstone On Demand, & Trinet.
The fifth of seven episodes — the Actor Roundtable — airs Sunday, Jan. The panels will present thoughtful, informative takes on the film and television industry today.
Guests will discuss everything from their individual projects to their crafts and true stories from the business.
Each week we take your story ideas and topics submitted at and tagged "Autoline Live" and discuss them on the show.
So sit back and listen or jump in the chat, either way, this is gonna be fun!
After his sister, Jacqueline Donahue, lost her battle to leukemia in 2005, Nelly was upset over the protest and said his sister was robbed of a potential bone marrow transplant match after the drive was canceled.
We suspect YG's video won't create that level of controversy, but it clearly has people talking about "Tip Drill" again.
The event was started by Jason Nazar in 2008 in Santa Monica, and soon grew into a monthly series of fireside chats where Jason interviewed some of the most well know tech leaders and investors.
Jason’s guests have included Aaron Levie (Box), Michael Arrington (Techcrunch), Kara Swisher (Recode), Mayor Eric Garcetti, Scott Cook (Intuit), Brian Spaly (Trunk Club), Susan Feldman (One Kings Lane), Brian Lee (Honest Co), Wendy Lea (Get Satisfaction), Babak Nivi (Angel List), Adam Miller (Cornerstone On Demand) Julia & Kevin Hartz (Eventbrite), Mark Suster (Upfront Ventures) & Dave Goldberg (Survey Monkey).
Startups Uncensored is the longest running and most widely attended tech mixer in Los Angeles.