By: Kevin McIntosh On: April 20, 2016 In: Company News Comments: 0

LSX Magazine

MURRIETA, Calif. — To better align content with Power Automedia’s business model, and with the interests of our readers, LSX TV is rebranding into LSX Magazine, with a logo and URL change to LSXMag.com within the next 30 to 60 days. In addition, the company will welcome Chase Christensen as the new editor of LSX Magazine in May.

“When Power Automedia launched in 2006, internet video was exploding onto the market, and we wanted to create a website that was intensely video-oriented for automotive enthusiasts,” said James Lawrence, president of Power Automedia. “What we discovered is the definite need and desire by our audience for LS content, but it wasn’t just video.”

The company determined the name update to LSX Magazine would be simple, and would honor the heritage of its original name. It will continue to offer the same feature and technical articles, event coverage, and videos that have been integral to our content for years. The name shift also takes the confusion out of what we do. LSX Magazine is part of the Power Automedia family of digital magazines, dedicated to bringing readers the best automotive content 24/7.

“Power Automedia has always been a company that has adapted to meet the demands of its audience in terms of providing content,” Lawrence sid. “Changing the name of LSX TV to LSX Magazine cements that we are the go-to source for late model GM tech and advice.”

The LS engine will remain a vital player in the performance world for decades to come. No engine, since the introduction of the small-block Chevy in the 1950s, has enjoyed such huge success and cult-like status with enthusiasts around the world. LSX Magazine will continue to focus on hardcore tech for late model GM vehicles — specifically fifth-gen, late model Camaros, and other late-model GM vehicles. We also will continue coverage that highlights LS swap tech for everything from classic musclecars, to the unusual and seldom seen LS swap vehicles. With GM’s fifth-generation small-block LT series currently in production, LSX Magazine will also focus on the latest in LT engine tech.

Power Automedia publishes continues to focus exclusively on producing digital automotive content through its 12 digital magazines.  the company partners with the most respected names in the automotive aftermarket and is an innovator in digital media and advertising reaching more than 1.8 million readers each month.