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Pursuit Channel Passes Important Milestone

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One of the nation’s leading and longest running broadcasters of special-interest television is enjoying a momentous occasion this week as Pursuit Channel celebrates 10 years of service.  According to network CEO Rusty Faulk, Pursuit’s first decade represents a landmark that continues to be appreciated day-in and day-out by tens of millions of loyal viewers; and well respected as a vital big-media outlet by science-based wildlife conservationists, Second Amendment protectionists, outdoor recruiters and equipment and service providers working in hunt/fish/shoot. 

“Together with many people pulling from one end of the rope, you start an outdoor television network because the enthusiasts are underserved and maligned – always – by the vast majority of mainstream media, the most powerful anti-hunting and anti-firearms peddlers that the world has ever known,” Faulk commented. “And there’s this history of being left high and dry when one white horse media conglomerate after another steals some cash with one hand and tries to grab our semi-auto duck guns with the other.
 
“In our case, we’re active participants, very much a part of the base – deer hunters, bass fishermen, Second Amendment devotees – who, together with friends and families all over America, deserve the stability of a national television presence.  Outdoor media creators need great options for distribution; fair-price marketplaces require competition,” he said. 

“So, here we are ten years later,” Faulk concluded, “Committed solidly to remaining America’s most inclusive outdoor television and digital platform, free of subscription fees, and absolutely poised to add more households.  All possible thanks to the likes of Ducks Unlimited, the National Wild Turkey Federation, the NRA, Mossy Oak, MOOSE Media (to name only a handful). And of course, those individual forces of nature, the producers – the Jimmy Houstons, the Blain Anthonys, the Wade Middletons and the Bob Redferns of the outdoor space. 
 
“All told, Pursuit at 10 years is a growing who’s who collection of industry friends, business partners and viewers who value the importance of what such enterprise represents to the future of hunting, fishing and shooting.”
             
Pursuit Channel is home to outdoor television’s most exciting series and best-known personalities, including: Jimmy Houston Outdoors; Hank Parker’s Flesh & Blood, Trailing the Hunter’s Moon; Ducks Unlimited Television; Deer and Deer Hunting, Gamekeepers of Mossy Oak; Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine; Winchester and Drury's Natural Born; American Airgunner; Full Draw Adventures; Military Collector’s TV,  Doug Koenig's Championship Season; Destination Whitetail, Land of Whitetails and Modern Shooter; Gus Congemi’s Live the Wildlife; Just Killin’ Time; Canadian Whitetail TV; Drake’s Migration Nation; The High Road with Keith Warren; Americana Outdoors; Deer Gear TV; Yamaha's Whitetail Diaries; The Bear Whisperer; Cabela's Fisherman's Handbook and Ranger Boats' IFA Redfish Tour; the Collegiate Bass Series and Texas Team Trail; Turkey Call and Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt.; Wallhanger TV; Professional Shooting Clay Association; Reaper Outdoors; The American Way; Love of the Hunt; Shoot Straight with Chad Shearer; Predator Quest; Open Season; The Best of the West; On the Water with Hank Parker; Primal Instinct; Ultimate Outdoors with Wayne Pearson; Sporting Dog Adventures; Majesty Outdoors; Jason Peterson into the Wild; Trigger Time; Where in the World is Colorado Buck; Higdon Outdoors TV; The Grind Waterfowl TV; Blitz TV; Trophy Hunter TV, Blue Collar Adventures and The Hollywood Hunter. 

Pursuit Channel, a leader in high-definition delivery, is active on DIRECTV HD (604 PRST), AT&T HD (1644), DISH Network (393 PRST), Fios by Verizon (818) and Centurylink Prism (1677). Mobile and desktop enthusiasts will find the network digitally at www.pursuituptv.com.  

MOOSE Media represents producer time-buy schedules, network advertising campaigns and many marketing functions for the Pursuit Channel.

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