StreetFire.com to Feature Adam Carolla's New SPEED Show 'The Car Show'

LOS ANGELES, CA–(Marketwire – Jul 13, 2011) –StreetFire.com, the number one site for all car-related, user-generated video content and premium automotive content, today announced its partnership with SPEED to officially re-broadcast its new TV show, “The Car Show” hosted by actor-comedian Adam Carolla. “The Car Show” premieres Wednesday, July 13th at 10pm ET on SPEED and will be available the next day for viewing on StreetFire.com

Funnyman and automotive freak Adam Carolla will host this ultimate car lover’s show, featuring awesome cars, epic driving adventures and the best of automotive culture. It’s the perfect mix of comedy, shop talk and eye candy brought to you by Carolla and his co-hosts: Pulitzer Prize-winning automotive journalist Dan Neil, “TheSmokingTire.com” founder Matt Farah, and former NBA Champion John Salley.

Popularly known as the “YouTube for car fanatics,” StreetFire.com has over 1.7 million users, and is the first and largest user-generated video sharing service that caters to car, truck and motorcycle enthusiasts. Its current library consists of over 2 million videos which have attracted substantial attention from diehard auto enthusiasts, making it the perfect home for “The Car Show.”

“We are thrilled to be one of the few media outlets to have access to this great new show,” says StreetFire CEO Glenn Rogers. “‘The Car Show’ is sure to be a hit and will be a fantastic addition to the StreetFire.com lineup which already includes millions of car-related videos. Our members are big fans of all things automotive, so adding SPEED and Adam Carolla into the mix is a great fit for our audience.”

About StreetFire

StreetFire is the leader in automotive video sharing on the web and caters specifically to car, truck and motorcycle enthusiasts. Its library of all car-focused material consists of over 2 million user contributed videos and streams over 20 million videos monthly. StreetFire.com was founded in 2004 and acquired byCarDomain.com in 2009.

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