Sportsman Channel, the leader in outdoor TV for the American Sportsman, announced that World of Beretta with host Huntley Ritter is moving exclusively to Sportsman Channel with an all-new format and brand-new episodes that puts the focus on the gun and Beretta’s 500-year history on display. World of Beretta debuts Monday, June 25 at 9:30pm ET, as part of Sportsman Channel’s “Made in America” premiere week, which kicks off 575 hours of new content across 100 different series for the network’s Q3 lineup.
World of Beretta delivers viewers the experience of the total sporting lifestyle that only Beretta can deliver. Travel from the factory to the field as Beretta’s innovative products are put through their paces by the military, police, top-flight competitors, upland, waterfowl and big-game hunters and shooters around the world.
“We are thrilled that World of Beretta is moving to Sportsman Channel exclusively, adding yet another premier show to our list of growing industry-leading programming,” said Gavin Harvey, CEO of Sportsman Channel. “The show brings unmatched gun history and expertise, as host Huntley guides viewers through the World of Beretta and its 500 years of guns, history, people and action.”
From magnificent muzzleloaders to the latest full-auto assault rifles, Beretta’s half a millennium’s worth of history is on display in World of Beretta, highlighting all types of guns and gun usage from recreation to profession to protection. Throughout the season, World of Beretta will feature many of Beretta’s most popular and newly released makes and models along with the historic designs upon which the company’s success and longevity is based. World of Beretta will also tackle other gun-related news, issues and information.
World of Beretta and 21 other brand-new series are starting June 25 for Sportsman Channel’s exciting premiere week, “Made in America.” The network’s Q3 lineup includes 575 hours of new content, including 22 brand-new series and 70 returning series with all-new episodes, featuring the network’s battled-tested hunters, legendary anglers and top experts. The campaign, which bows June 25, is a multimillion dollar, multimedia effort that will garner in excess of 200 million impressions.
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