Primetime Airing November 10th at 7pm on NBCSN
RTM, a Raycom Media Company and producers of the PowerNation automotive television program, announces that PowerNation on the Road will air in primetime November 10th on NBCSN from the 50th anniversary 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
“It’s very exciting to take PowerNation on the Road to the 2016 SEMA Show,” said RTM President Matthew Hawkins. “It’s a huge event in the automotive industry and our hosts will cover all aspects of the show, from celebrities to behind the scenes. It makes for a great experience for our viewers.”
PowerNation Host Katie Osborne will be leading our high-octane coverage from the hottest car show on earth. PowerNation Daily host Gannon Pritchard, Truck Tech’s Jeremy Bumpus, and Detroit Muscle’s Marc Christ and Tommy Boshers will be bringing America the biggest scoops from this supercharged event as well. This prime-time special will take viewers behind the scenes to this industry-only event and will cover everything from car builders to racers to the latest and greatest custom creations in the automotive universe.
PowerNation on the Road has covered events such as the Indianapolis 500 and NHRA drag races, and now makes its way to Las Vegas for the 50th annual SEMA show. The new series will capture behind the scenes sights and sounds along with other exciting automotive events.
It will be a one-hour special premiering on NBCSN on November 10th at 7pm ET and again on November 11th at 12 am ET. You can also watch it on primetime airings across Raycom stations.
About RTM Based in Franklin, Tenn. and New York, N.Y., RTM is a full-service television marketing and media company specializing in automotive tech content. RTM currently airs four auto shows in a two-hour block under its PowerNation title including Xtreme Off Road, Engine Power, Truck Tech and Detroit Muscle. PowerNation blocks are distributed on Spike TV, NBCSN and CBSSN as well as online at PowerNationTV.com and the PowerNationTV app. For more information, visit www.rtmtv.com. RTM is a wholly owned subsidiary of Raycom Media. Located in Montgomery, Alabama, Raycom Media owns and operates 56 television stations covering over 13 percent of the United States across 18 states. For more information, visit www.raycommedia.com.