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What is MAVTV?
MAVTV started up in 2004 as Maverick Television, and changed its name in 2012. The name change came shortly after Lucas Oil, a big sponsor, bought the channel outright. They fashioned the new name for MAV to stand for “movies, action, and variety,” intending to keep a mix of motorsports and non-motorsports programming. But Fox’s refashioning of its Speed channel as FS1 gave MAVTV an opening to pick up rights to racing TV rights on both land and sea.
- Launched: October 1, 2004
- Slogan: “If it has a motor, it’s on MAVTV”
- Genre: Motorsports and Automotive
- Parent Company: Lucas Oil
MAVTV Live Stream: How to Stream MAVTV for motorsports
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