United Kingdom –-(Ammoland.com)- The hit TV show Headhunter Chronicles starring Jason Bruce is now on Fieldsports Channel.
The series shows Jason travelling around the world hunting some of the most extraordinary and iconic game animals there are.
US hunting TV star Jim Shockey calls Jason “an amazing hunter”. He says: “I bump into him or his footprints in some of the strangest corners of the world. Like literally on the border of Afghanistan, in Iran.
“Jason is a fearless hunter, he is the real deal and I have a ton of respect for him.”
Shows from the first series of Headhunter Chronicles are available to watch on Fieldsports Channel every Saturday from 9pm Eastern Standard Time / 6pm Pacific Standard Time (2am GMT on Sunday).
The new series of Headhunter Chronicles currently airs on Sportsman Channel in the USA on Tuesdays at 5pm EST, Fridays at 3.30pm EST and Saturdays at 11am EST.
Fieldsports Channel’s Charlie Jacoby says: “I am delighted to welcome Jason to Fieldsports Channel. He is a record-holding bowhunter and shooter, he has a mountain-man film-star quality that will appeal to our viewers and he’s not offensively yee-haw. I spent a week with him filming a Macnab in Scotland last month and he took me bear hunting and coyote calling in California earlier this year. He will be a really good fit with the team we have.”
Jason’s first series is sponsored by Carl Zeiss Sport Optics, Elite Archery, Epek Broadheads, Mossy Oak and Scott Archery.
“As well as the benefits of appearing on network TV, these sponsors are now airing their products and their ads on Fieldsports Channel, which achieves 1.5 million views a month on YouTube and a further 1 million views a month on Youku,” says Charlie. “That’s good for them and it’s good for us.”
- For more about Fieldsports Channel, go to www.fieldsportschannel.tv
- For more about Headhunter Chronicles, visit www.headhunterchronicles.com
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