America’s largest automotive subscription video service has launched for the UK and across Europe
First Class Coverage At Your Fingertips
Fancy over a thousand hours of live racing right in your pocket? Fear not. America’s largest automotive subscription video service, Motor Trend OnDemand, is now available across the UK and Europe. The switch to international service comes from a massive growth of the streaming market. Forecast to boom from $28 billion in 2015 to $62 billion by 2020, the online streaming service is big business. With more and more of us choosing to watch television on more than our TVs, Motor Trend OnDemand has made the leap to provide millions of motorsport fans with thousands of hours’ worth of programs and live coverage.
The Success Story
Launched just last year, Motor Trend OnDemand has quickly grown to America’s most popular automotive Subscription Video On Demand service. The group’s Motor Trend YouTube Channel is also the number one Auto Video site in the States, and ranked in the top 5 Auto channels across the globe. A rush of popularity in America (and rightly so!) and global attention for their YouTube Channel has driven Motor Trend’s expansion to Europe.
Everything on Demand
Available across phones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers, and just about any other device with access to the internet, Motor Trend OnDemand gives motoring fans premium coverage of everything automotive. Live racing, Blancpain GT series, FIA Formula 3, FIM Motorcycle Racing, Virgin Australia Supercars, the Pirelli World Challenge and 24-hr live coverage of the Nurburgring are all accessible from the OnDemand service.
Through tapping into the global trend to watch our TV wherever and whenever we like, the service aims to become the world’s go-to online destination for motor fans and petrol heads on an ever increasing scale. Although some 60 live streamed events are reserved exclusively for the US, more than 2,000 hours of premium automotive content is available across the UK and Europe.
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