Car Show Television is owned and operated by 2 car fanatics who love looking at and tinkering with cars. The partners have been in television production for the last 20 years and one day they wanted to turn their passion for cars into their own television network. They setup Car Show Television to share this passion of cars with others.
Andrew McClary is an inventor and designer, with a degree in architecture, who has been working in broadcast television as art director for over 20 years. Among many other things he has designed and produced a number of very high traffic web sites for national television shows. He is also a very skilled animator and editor, producing show opens and graphics for numerous national television shows. He is also an inventor and built his own GT-40 replica which is powered entirely by electricity. Mr. McClary has a soft spot for anything that goes fast and he can ride in it. He is also an accomplished private pilot.
Alex Berry is a 20 year veteran of broadcast television and marketing. He has worked as a senior producer for numerous television shows and has worked with most of the Fortune 500 companies in helping them get their messages across in video. He is a very passionate car fanatic and a walking encyclopedia of facts and trivia about cars.
Car Show Television was created to show off the amazing cars we see at these car shows and tell the stories behind the cars. Each week we attend as many car shows as we can and talk to the owners and builders of these cars and share it with the world. We love our home state of Florida and especially South Florida. Here in South Florida there are 2-4 good car shows every weekend. In the winter time, when the cold invades the North, South Florida becomes the home for numerous incredible car collections.
Car Show Television started off in 2013 as a weekly television show on The Auto Channel WHDT 9 which airs in South Florida. The show quickly became a huge success with the South Florida car community. Seeing the need for similar programming across the country, in 2014 Car Show Television began launching its own network of OTT (Over The Top of the Net) channels on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Launching with over 40 on-demand episodes, viewers across the country and even internationally could now access the show. The production team went on the road and began covering car shows and events all across the United States introducing new viewers to Car Show Television. They have covered some of the most prestigious shows in the country including the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Concorso Iltaliano, and the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals in Chicago. While the show still airs locally via broadcast television in South Florida to a potential 5 million homes as well as in 10 other syndicated markets across the country, the OTT network of on-demand Car Show Television channels are rapidly exceeding the viewers on traditional television. This OTT broadcast model of delivering video content to viewers is the future, and Car Show Television is embracing it as are our viewers.
With a network of streaming OTT channels in place, Car Show Television has recently launched into covering live events such as automotive auctions. Viewers can watch the live action on any one of our HD television plateforms as well as iPhones, Android Phones, and tablets. Working closely with auction houses viewers can call in bids on the day of the show. For those who just love watching, the entire auction will available afterward for on-demand viewing.
Car Show Television’s offices are located in Club 66, an exclusive private club and storage facility for classic and custom cars. Its a beautiful backdrop of rare classic automotive muscle.