American Trucking Report returns to television

| Monday, September 14, 2009

The television program “American Trucking Report” has returned to the airwaves.

The program, once again hosted by “Lowboy” Lucas, is designed to promote the trucking industry.

The half-hour-long “American Trucking Report” (ATR) will air live each Wednesday and Friday at 7 p.m. Eastern Time. The first broadcast was Sept. 2, 2009.

The series is being produced in Charleston, SC, and airs locally on WLCN HD TV 18.

The station is also airing the program live on the Internet at www.wlcntv.com. Programs will be archived there as well.

Weekly features of the program include trucking stories, show trucks and new products, as well as a newscast that highlights breaking stories and happenings from across North America.

Among other things, ATR show producers plan to highlight several major trucking events each year.

The original “American Trucking Report” premiered in 1991 on WGN-TV in Chicago, IL, and on the now defunct Nashville Network. It was sponsored by Ford Heavy Truck, but was shuttered when Ford dropped its heavy truck line.

Now with the ability to stream live on the Internet, drivers can talk directly with Lowboy all around the world. Lowboy can be contacted at atr@wlcn.tv.

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