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After airing four successful pilot episodes in August 2011, “The Moto Show With Jim Holley” (TMS) has been picked up to run on as featured content (in addition to YouTube).

Existing and new episodes of the weekly television web show will be hosted on an exclusive TMS page at

The player graphics and look are consistent with TMS’ own online presence and will include advertising tied in with the player and series.

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Mark Mitchell (Executive Director at SPEED Digital Media) says: “SPEED’s online initiatives include hosting entertaining content that viewers won’t find on the regular network. The Moto Show’ is unique, well-produced and offers our motorcycle racing viewers something special. We want to work with the producers to build this property for the benefit of our viewers, advertisers and the motorcycle industry as a whole.”

Todd Huffman (series creator and Executive Producer at Pipeline Digital Media) says: “It’s great that has recognized the value and potential of TMS by hosting it on their site. With the awareness of the audience, ‘The Moto Show’ will continue to gain traction and grow into the important motorsports media property as intended.”

Producers plan to be ready with new episodes of TMS for for the 2012 Supercross season, working closely with the motorcycle industry to keep up to date with relevant guests and unique content on the program. Bringing on advertising and sponsorship partners are the next steps to a firm re-launch schedule for The Moto Show. Producers will be working together with to develop entertaining must-see episodes, and building traffic to provide an ideal platform for marketers to reach motorcycle enthusiasts.

About “The Moto Show with Jim Holley”

TMS is a new concept of entertainment for motorcycle and motorcycle racing enthusiasts around the world. In a world of podcasts, webcasts, blogs and vids, it is the first weekly, talk/discussion “TV show” to be produced exclusively for the internet so viewers around the globe can watch the same time as those in the United States. Produced by the creators of “The Motocross Files” and “Epic Ride” (Pipeline Digital Media), TMS covers ALL disciplines of motorcycle racing. Motocross/Supercross, Road Racing, Flat Track, FMX, Off-Road, Endurance, Hill-Climbing, Trials and more will all be featured at various times. The show is hosted by former Supercross World Champion and factory Yamaha rider Jim Holley, as well as Cycle News Editor, Paul Carruthers and Nitro Circus’ Laurette Nicoll.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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