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Outside Television

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Outside Television (formerly RSN Television) is a Direct-broadcast satellite network based on Outside Magazine that creates and distributes outdoor lifestyle and resort-based sports programs to a network of stations across the United States. Outside Television is the only national programming network dedicated to the active outside lifestyle. Based on Outside Magazine and its critically acclaimed brand, Outside Television embraces running, biking, skiing, hiking, sailing, surfing, kayaking, and any other adventures involving wind, water, snow and terrain; as well as the full spectrum of the people’s lives who engage in them. Offering exclusively high-definition programs, Outside Television is fast becoming a fixture among leading cable, satellite, telco and broadband providers’ sports and entertainment offerings. OutsideTelevision.com is the newly redesigned network website that showcases clips from the shows and also curates outdoor sports content and news from around the web.

History

Outside Television was the result of a complete rebranding of the existing Resort Sports Network, the national television network that specialized in creating and distributing outdoor-lifestyle content to premier vacation destinations throughout the country.

As of June 2010 Outside Television was in 110 resort markets representing 61 million potential viewers.[1]

Outside Television has a corporate office in Westport, CT and a main office in Portland, ME. Its sales office is in the Graybar Building at 420 Lexington in New York City.[2]

Outside Television was founded by publisher Lawrence Burke and founding executive producer and executive vice president NBC Sports in May 2002 and was Outside Magazine's cover story in July 2002.[7] In addition to airing on television, Outside Television's documentaries produced between 1995 and 2004 appeared in 177 international film festivals and won 29 film festival awards.

In July 2013, Outside Television entered into a new multi-year distribution agreement with the National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC), representing more than 950 different cable providers and thousands of local systems nationwide. The addition of NCTC to Outside Television’s other core distribution partners such as Comcast Xfinity makes the two-year old independent network available to more than 40 million homes.[8]

OutsideTelevision.com is a digital portal that enables the entire community – from athletes and adventurists to top filmmakers – to interact directly with one another and also be able to share across the entire group. The newly designed portal showcases thousands of diverse adventure videos with an easy-to-navigate mosaic interface. The site’s goal isto curate visual adventure experiences and provide one convenient place to experience them.[9]

Programming

  • Outside Today (co-hosted by David LaHuta, Julia Dimon and Ethan Zohn)
  • Dispatches (formerly known as The Buzz)
  • Season Pass
  • The Final Cut
  • Image Quest
  • EpicQuest (Premieres Fall 2013)
  • Jeremy Jones' Further
  • Reel Rock
  • Surfing 28 States
  • Momentum
  • Explorers
  • Outside Film Festival: Mountainfilm in Telluride (co-hosted by David LaHuta and Lynsey Dyer)
  • Epic Conditions (originally produced by Weather Channel)
  • Focused
  • Around the World for Free
  • Nomads
  • Ride Guide
  • North Face Expeditions
  • Untracked
  • Primal Quest
  • Perfect Days
  • Outside Television Presents

References

  1. ^ http://rsn.com/node/7203
  2. ^ http://www.outsidetelevision.com/contact-us
  3. ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0471697/
  4. ^ "25th Annual Sports Emmy Awards Nominations - PART B". Emmyonline.org. Retrieved 2010-11-25. 
  5. ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0471760/
  6. ^ [1]
  7. ^ http://outsideonline.com/tsangpo/liquid_thunder_1.html
  8. ^ http://outsidetelevision.com/content/nctc-agreement-makes-outside-television-available-nearly-1000-cable-providers
  9. ^ http://outsidetelevision.com/content/outside-television-creates-new-digital-destination-enabling-millions-outside-enthusiasts-see

External links

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