Source Media Group Continues To Expand Through Choppertown Partnership for ShopTalk, Grease & Gears TV & Grease & Gears Garage Programming.
With the landscape of media delivery changing so fast coupled with the increasing demand from consumers for content, there is little hope of doing it all yourself anymore. That’s why we are excited to announce that Cycle Source (The Source Media Group) and One World Digital have joined in a partnership to bring Source live media content to a larger audience through Choppertown. As such, in addition to the very robust network that Cycle Source has created to distribute programs like ShopTalk, Grease & Gears TV and Grease & Gears Garage, followers of the 2.5 Million strong Choppertown will also have the same live access. With a range of successful media launches to their credit, the most notable being their first film and the namesake of the channel.
Coffman expressed excitement over the deal, “Choppertown is fast at work creating the world’s premier moto media network for the regular Joe and we’re excited to add Source Media’s killer assets to that lineup.”
“We feel that our weekly broadcast ShopTalk is finally polished enough to take the next step in word wide distribution. With the incredible reach of Choppertown and the network One World Digital has created it promises to fast track what we have been working towards.” – Chris Callen
About Choppertown: One World Digital, LLC. is an independent media company founded by Zack Coffman. Back in 2004 Coffman produced his first film, “Choppertown” with director Scott Di Lalla, by maxing out a stack of credit cards. Since then One World has amassed a library of hundreds of hours of moto-enthusiast content for distribution around the world to its millions of social followers. The new Choppertown channel is currently rolling out globally on OTT networks such as Sinclair’s STIRR, Vizio Watch Free, Roku’s WatchFreeFlix, PlutoTV, Xumo, Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and others.
About The Source Media Group: Cycle Source Magazine is a 23-year-old nationally distributed print magazine that has been the central hub for all of Source Media’s offerings. Through their time publishing the monthly magazine, Cycle Source has adapted to the new media world with additional programming that engages readers on more platforms through more devices than any other motorcycle media outlets.