Rochester, Mich. – In partnership with family-friendly entertainment company, AxiomTV, Evolve Moto launches its high-definition Internet channel that will provide sports programming and family-friendly TV and movies. More than one year in the works, the channel provides access to a variety of content and will soon consist of additional action sports-related programming including motorcycle racing.
Evolve Moto’s ActionSportsTV.com has been selected as the primary action sports channel partner for Axiom Entertainment. It will seek new content through third-parties and its own produced shows to make available on the channel as rental and full downloads and DVDs by mail. Some content may be free, paid for by advertisers.
AxiomTV developed an Internet channel that makes the movie and TV download process user-friendly for all ages and for all computer skill-levels, taking the next necessary step to blur the line between a user's PC, TV, DVD player, and mobile device.
“We’ve been working with AxiomTV on this partnership and now it’s fully in place,” said Evolve Moto’s Johnny Lewis. “This provides a platform to get more action sports content to people wherever they may be and whatever device they may view shows on. We’re working on adding new content. For now, you can download a number of popular movies and also sports documentaries.”
Through a variety of promotions beginning this fall, ActionSportsTV.com will provide users with discounts who follow specific action sports athletes, teams and events. Currently, the partnership is involved with AMA Pro Flat Track and Supermoto racer Johnny Lewis and Michigan based-MISuperMoto.
Evolve Moto has a multi-year contract with Axiom Entertainment. Terms of the deal will not be disclosed.
Action sports fans are encouraged to become a member on www.actionsportstv.com to receive content updates and get access to promotions that include discounts and gift card giveaways.
Companies interested in providing their content on the channel, may contact Bryan Peckinpaugh at email@example.com or (313) 575-1245. ActionSportsTV.com, Evolve Moto, and AxiomTV are not accepting any sponsorship inquiries.
AxiomTV offers only movies that are legally licensed for Internet distribution. AxiomTV delivers full screen DVD and HDTV quality video clips to any PC-based device through its web site at www.axiom.tv. AxiomTV will distribute its movies as pay-per-view downloads to its customers with discounts that will be subsidized by advertising sponsors.
About Evolve Moto
Led by professional athlete Johnny Lewis, Evolve Moto provides flat track and supermoto racers with coaching and sponsorship marketing services to evolve their program. Lewis has been a pro racer for the past four seasons. He is the youngest ever to win in the AMA Pro Supermoto Championship Unlimited Class, is a five-time AMA Sports Dirt Track Champion, a former AMA Sports Athlete of the Year, and holds more than 55 regional dirt track championships. The Coatesville, Penn. resident is well-respected for his talents on both flat track and supermoto race bikes and for his unique marketing sense. Evolve Moto brings together rider coaching and marketing services in an inclusive package to help aspiring pros become successful. To find out more, visit www.evolvemoto.com.
Detroit, Michigan-based Moto Public Relations, LLC (MotoPR) brings best practice public relations and marketing to action sports to increase public interest and corporate support. Our integrated services include public relations programming, sponsorship acquisition and management, media relations, media training, promotion development, and event management. Visit us online at www.motopr.com.
The best seats in the house, as well as all reserved seating, are currently on sale, and can be ordered online at Admission (www.admission.com or by calling (514) 790-1245 or 1 800 361-4597). Prices range from $10.00, $19.00, and $28.00 to $37.50. Tickets are also available at participating motorcycle dealers in all regions of Quebec. For more info, go online at www.montrealmotocross.com to learn more about the Montreal Supermotocross.