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June 5, 2012

Megabus airs first TV commercial

The 30-second spot airs in conjunction with copany's expansion into Texas and the Southwest, where service begins June 19.


January 4, 2012

Onspot to be featured on ‘Motorhead Garage’

The show will air Sunday, Jan. 22 at 11:30 a.m. on Fox Sports Network.


September 14, 2009

Navistar launches MaxxForce TV

Online viewers are encouraged to play along to increase their own knowledge of MaxxForce products and hone their skills in case this traveling game show rolls into their town.


September 4, 2009

L.A. Metro launches fall TV show

Viewers introduced to options for high-speed rail in Southern California (imagine downtown L.A.'s Union Station as an airport without airplanes); learn about Metro as a jobs factory (Metro projects already employ thousands and federal stimulus funds and Measure R monies will add countless more jobs); visit L.A.'s museums via Metro, and more.


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