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TMS debut episode launches on YouTube and is gaining traction around the world.

Monster Energy Graves Yamaha's Josh Hayes (center) appeared on the premiere episode of The Moto Show with Jim Holley (right), and flanked by his TMS co-hosts Laurette Nicoll.

August 15, 2011 - Fullerton, CA - After the inaugural shoot on Wednesday night in a packed studio of guests, cast members, sponsors and crew, "The Moto Show with Jim Holley" went into it's "hyper" post-production phase to get the show uploaded to YouTube for the weekend. While there were a few technical (and creative) delays, the show was live by around 12:00pm PST on Saturday, August 13 and the positive reviews began streaming in.

"Jim, Paul, Laurette, the guests and our entire crew did a fantastic job getting this new project off the ground," said Todd Huffman, series creator and Executive Producer at Pipeline Digital Media. "The end results seem to show it based on responses from viewers. We all learned a lot and it will only get better."

Based on initial PR, and the flurry of industry buzz on Facebook and enthusiast forums, views of TMS began generating Saturday afternoon on YouTube. By Sunday evening, viewership had crossed the pond to Europe, and also spread to Australia, Brazil and South Africa. In only its first weekend, views are rapidly approaching 3000, which is encouraging considering the word will only continue to spread over the next few weeks. 

The first episode is 36 minutes long and included four sponsored breaks that featured commercials from JT Racing, Matrix Concepts, Husqvarna Motorcycles, Butler Maps and Cycle News. Because there is no prescribed timeslot to fill (i.e., 30-minutes, 60-minutes, etc.) as needed by typical broadcast and cable networks, TMS producers have some flexibility in what their running time will be.

"For lots of reasons, we don't want the show to run too long but it's great to not have to cut off a guest or edit down too much to fit a specific run-time," said Todd Huffman. "The content is key to this show and we don't want to stifle it." 

This week's guests include Monster Energy Pro Circuit and America's newest Motocross of Nations Team Member, Blake Baggett, KTM's 7X ISDE Top American Kurt Caselli and 2011 X-Games Gold Medalist Nate Adams plus others to be announced.

The first episode can be viewed at: HERE

Jim and 
Husqvarna president Kris Odwarka talk about the TXC310

A view behind the curtain

"The Moto Show with Jim Holley" team, Laurette, Jim and Paul.

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 aired exclusively on YouTube 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 will cover 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 Supercrosss World Champion and factory Yamaha rider Jim Holley, as well as Cycle News Editor, Paul Carruthers and Nitro Circus' Laurette Nicoll.

Show links will be available at 
www.TheMotoShow.com and Facebook.

Advertisers for the first shows include Husqvarna Motorcycles, JT Racing, Matrix Concepts and Butler Maps.

In-kind supporters for the show include: Pacific Panel Products, Shop.Retro.net, Matrix Concepts, Motion Pro Tools, Champion Built, Autographed Collectables, Vintage Iron, Early Years of Motocross Museum, Associated Electronics, Stages Theatre - Fullerton, and Resource Marketing.

For advertising and sponsorship information please call Mark Thome at (714) 343-8799 or email at 

About Pipeline Digital Media (PDM)
PDM is a full-service high-definition, broadcast TV/video and commercial production company that has produced series and specials for CBS, SPEED, Versus, Fuel, Fox Sports Net, Outdoor Life Network and ESPN. In 2010 and 2011, PDM has produced the specials for CBS Sports: Four Legends and Legends of Supercross - The Races. They also have produced the highly acclaimed series for SPEED on the history of motocross, The Motocross Files as well as the motorcycle adventure reality series Epic Ride.