MotoWorld Brand: The History
The MotoWorld brand was created by Sealsco CEO Lou Seals in 1984 as television's first news magazine series dedicated to motorcycle sports. The series ran for 20 years on major cable networks including USA, TNN, ESPN, ESPN2, and Spike TV. A spinoff series titled MotoWorld 2 Rev It Up! (MW2) appeared on ESPN2. MW2 featured both motorcycle and auto racing content and was hosted by Jerry Bernardo. MW2 garnered the prestigious Cable Ace Award nominee while on ESPN2. For two decades, the MotoWorld brand was seen around the globe and earned a loyal following of motorsports viewers with its cutting edge style of news and feature reports, including celebrity profiles. From racing to lifestyle to entertainment, MotoWorld captured the imagination of two and four wheel enthusiasts like no other brand on television. After 33 years, the popular MotoWorld brand is back bigger and better than ever before with the all new MotoWorld Network designed for digital broadcast television.
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MotoWorld Network (MWN) is the first ever digital broadcast motorsports and lifestyle television network in the world that will also feature live motorsports racing competition. MotoWorld Network will launch during 1st quarter of 2018 across the United States and worldwide. MotoWorld Network, named after the esteemed television series, first appeared as an online service in 1999 and featured the world's first ever live streaming motorcycle racing content. The reboot of MotoWorld Network as digital broadcast television channel will feature a myriad of motorsports programming content across all genres. MotoWorld Network joins its sister digital broadcast television network TUFF TV, both owned by companies associated with Seals Entertainment Corporation (Sealsco). TUFF TV is the world's first diginet aimed at men and their pursuits and passions. TUFF TV launched in 2009 and is widely distributed in the United States and growing significantly worldwide.