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Hello Boston! The Auto Channel Broadcast TV Network Is Now On-Air +VIDEO

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Watch the original Automotive TV Network on WHDT Channel 3

AUTO CENTRAL - June 20, 2014: The Auto Channel LLC is pleased to announce that it has re-entered the Boston broadcast television market with The Auto Channel TV network. Now Boston area automotive enthusiasts will be able to not only enjoy (the Internet's largest automotive information resource), they will be able to watch an exciting, informative, and entertaining package of automotive themed and lifestyle TV shows...and it's all FREE!

The Auto Channel is broadcasting over the air on WHDT - Channel 3. The programming will also be seen on the various local cable systems, but it will probably take a few weeks for it to show up on the systems and in the on-air TV Guides.

TACH's daily programming block remains the same as their Florida television broadcast schedule, 1-5PM & 8-11PM eastern time, and individual show times remain the same. Regular shows include:

• Raceline with Joe Moore
• Motoring
• Motorz
• Car Show Television
• Island Driver
• The Flightline
• Rollin' On
• XCorps Action Sports
• Behind The Smoke
• Vintage Vehicle
• Driving Sports
• Hawaii Goes Fishing
• Steel Wheels
• RoadTrip
• Euro-Car TV
• Blast From The Past
• Fireball Tim
• Playing With Fire
• Press Pass Coverage
• TAC Car Show
• CarType's Car Chat
• Bobby Likis Car Clinic
• Odyssey
• Nissan GT Academy
• Car & Grille
• Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Series
• Bumper 2 Bumper TV

The re-entry into the Boston TV market is particularly exciting for Bob Gordon and Marc Rauch, owners and founders of The Auto Channel, because Boston was one of the first markets that their then fledgling weekly TV series appeared in in 1989. The weekly show aired for 3 seasons on WCVB on Saturday nights and it garnered a 25 audience share, which was remarkable for a niche television program. The style and design of the TACH show became the model for Motor Week's revamping of its stale presentation techniques. In addition, the TACH weekly show was one of the original introductions of the use of "virtual" electronic sets. then launched on the Internet in 1996 and was a pioneer of many Internet firsts, such as streaming video (February 1996) and the first live motor sports webcasts in both audio and video. TACH's website quickly became the largest automotive information resource on the web and it is the oldest continuously operating website of it's kind. remains an independent news and information portal, as opposed to being just a front for automotive sales-lead websites. The website features nearly 1.5 million pages of content with the largest video library. All content on the TACH website has always been available without any subscription fees or charges.

Watch the launch video from TACH's debut in the Florida television market in 2012