Outdoor Channel Expands HD Reach, Slates ‘Savage’ Debut

Apr 1, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Outdoor Channel HD has expanded its reach.
The network has been added to select Comcast, Time Warner Cable, RCN Corp. and U.S. Cable of Coastal Texas markets.
The HD network already has made its debut in several markets, including Comcast New Mexico and Time Warner Cable systems in North and South Carolina.
“Launching the Outdoor Channel HD across cable systems throughout the U.S. is a key component in our overarching digital strategy and a point of competitive differentiation for the network,” Tom Hornish, chief operating officer of Outdoor Channel, said in a statement. ”Our partners’ commitment to include our engaging HD lineup in these regions underscores their belief in our significance as a prime destination for viewers and outdoor enthusiasts.”
Additionally, Outdoor Channel announced that its original series “Savage Wild” will premiere Saturday.
Returning to Outdoor Channel during the second quarter are the series “Adventure Guides,” “Archer’s Choice” and “Step Outside.”
The network is promoting its programming with a booth at the ongoing NCTA Cable Show Washington, D.C. Events schedules for the gathering include a kickoff happy hour today at 4 p.m. and a chance to star in a Field & Stream cover shoot. On Thursday and Friday, “Savage Wild” star Manny Puig will be signing DVDs of the new Outdoor Channel series.


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