Edmonton, AB, Canada – Wild TV is excited to announce it strongest third quarter line-up to date; set to launch on Monday, June 27. Third quarter will bring 11 new premier series to Wild TV Hunting and Fishing Network on top of 42 original programs returning with all new episodes.
The new schedule will feature returning industry experts like Jim Shockey from Jim Shockey Hunting Adventures and The Professionals, Dave Watson of Mathew’s TV, and Hank Parker with Hank Parker 3D and Outdoor Magazine. Wild TV is also very proud to be bringing original programming for third quarter from some of Canada’s most highly regarded producers like Chris David of The Hunting Chronicles, Cody Robbins from Live 2 Hunt and the ladies and gentlemen of Fly Nation.
“Wild TV is unique in the fact that we are able to support our amazing Canadian hunting programs with a handpicked selection of the most highly regarded, exciting shows from producers around the globe. Wild TV is an avenue that brings an entertaining medium from the advertiser to the consumers. We are the only 100% hunting and fishing network in Canada, broadcasting coast to coast to coast in all provinces and all territories. We provide hunting and fishing entertainment to an entire country” said Ryan Kohler, VP of Wild TV.
This summer Wild TV will be offering 11 new original series they have combed North America to bring to the Canadian viewers. Back Stage and Backroads with Daniel Lee Martin, The Hollywood Hunter, Head Hunters, Major League Bowhunter and The Zone to name just a few that are very proud to be partnered with Wild TV for 2011.
Wild TV is currently available in 11 million households across Canada and is poised to make a major carriage announcement in late July of 2011. As well, Wild TV Hunting and Fishing Network is available in several overseas markets that include Sweden, Finland, Czechoslovakia, Estonia, Slovenia and Slovakia.
Wild TV was founded in 2004 by a passionate team who truly appreciate the outdoor lifestyle. Its mission is the same as at its inception. Wild TV strides to provide the very best hunting, fishing and environmental television for outdoor enthusiasts and to promote the ethical practices and environmental stewardship for future generations.
Visit us at www.wildtv.ca, become a fan on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/WildTv-Canadas-Hunting-and-Fishing-Tv-Network/15544240791?ref=ts or on Twitter, @ryantkohler
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