Pursuit Channel

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Pursuit Channel
Pursuit channel.png
LaunchedApril 23, 2008
Picture format480i (SDTV)
SloganWe Deliver the Outdoors
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersLuverne, Alabama
Websitewww.pursuitchannel.com
Availability
Terrestrial
KPBN-LPBaton Rouge, Louisiana
KPVM-LPPahrump, Nevada
WGUD-LDPascagoula, Mississippi
KXOK-LDEnid, Oklahoma
KOMI-CDWoodward, Oklahoma
Satellite
DirecTV604
Dish Network393
C-BandAMC-18
Cable
Available on select cable systemsCheck local listings
 
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Pursuit Channel
Pursuit channel.png
LaunchedApril 23, 2008
Picture format480i (SDTV)
SloganWe Deliver the Outdoors
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersLuverne, Alabama
Websitewww.pursuitchannel.com
Availability
Terrestrial
KPBN-LPBaton Rouge, Louisiana
KPVM-LPPahrump, Nevada
WGUD-LDPascagoula, Mississippi
KXOK-LDEnid, Oklahoma
KOMI-CDWoodward, Oklahoma
Satellite
DirecTV604
Dish Network393
C-BandAMC-18
Cable
Available on select cable systemsCheck local listings

Pursuit Channel is a specialty television channel that airs programming geared to hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation. It is based in Luverne, Alabama and launched on DirecTV April 23, 2008. It gained additional coverage on cable and broadcast systems before launching on Dish Network in Jan 2011. Its tag line is "IT'S A WAY OF LIFE". Founder of this channel is Rusty Faulk/CEO, who is a renowned leader in the outdoor community. According to its website, Pursuit is currently delivered to over 37 million viewers, over 20 million of them being DirecTV customers.[1] and 14 million on Dish Network. The remainder of the viewers are various cable and broadcasting stations.

Availability[edit]

Satellite[edit]

Pursuit Channel is available via Satellite AMC-18, and on DirecTV and Dish Network.

Cable[edit]

On cable, it is available on Troy Cablevision in Troy, Alabama and Luverne, Alabama, and on the cable systems that carry its broadcast affiliates.

Broadcast stations[edit]

Pursuit Channel is also available on some broadcast stations. Most of them are either Class A or low power stations which only carry the channel part-time in conjunction with other small networks or local programming. Some of these stations are also former affiliates of competitor The Sportsman Channel, which is no longer available over-the-air.

Competitors[edit]

Channels with content similar to Pursuit Channel include Sportsman Channel and sister network Outdoor Channel.

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