Today FuboTV and Speedvision announced a deal to bring Speedvision to FuboTV’s streaming service. The new free ad-supported Speedvision channel will be available to FuboTV customers.
With Speedvision, you will find 500 content hours, from car build shows and garage content to automotive history and auction programming. The network features titles, including Graveyard Carz, Stacey David’s Gearz, and
Two Guys Garage, as well as motorcycle and aviation series. Speedvision also boasts a roster of well-known talent and experts; including Wayne Carini, Bill Goldberg, Mark Worman, Stacy David, Ant Anstead, Ray Evernham and more.
“Since its original launch on cable in 1995, Speedvision has been the gold-standard automotive media brand for millions of car-passionate viewers and the multi-billion-dollar vehicle advertising marketplace that appeals to them,” said Robert Scanlon, president and CEO of Speedvision. “Speedvision boasts a highly-engaged audience and our content delivers the level of quality and sophistication that they demand. This also creates unique opportunities for advertisers to reach our viewers in a meaningful and endemic way, both inside and adjacent to our content.”
“Speedvision is a perfect complement to Fubo’s sports-first content and our FAST channel strategy,” said Marisa Elizondo, vice president, content strategy and distribution, FuboTV. “FAST channels, which bring added value to Fubo’s premium sports, news and entertainment programming, have proved popular with our subscribers and advertisers alike. We’re looking forward to bringing them expanded auto content through our new partnership with Speedvision.”
Subscribers to Fubo’s Pro base plan can now stream titles from Speedvision’s lineup.