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Pursuit Channel

Pursuit Channel
Launched April 23, 2008
Owned by Rusty Faulk
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Slogan We Deliver The Outdoors.
Country United States
Language English
Broadcast area Nationwide
Headquarters Glenwood, Alabama
Website .compursuitchannel
KPBN-LP Baton Rouge, Louisiana
K30HJ-D Cortez, Colorado
WJFB Nashville, Tennessee
KPVM-LP Pahrump, Nevada
WGUD-LD Pascagoula, Mississippi
KOMI-CD Woodward, Oklahoma
DirecTV 604
Dish Network 393
C-Band SES-2, Fiber Feeds
Available on select cable systems Check local listings

Pursuit Channel is a television channel that airs programming geared to hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation. It is based in Glenwood, 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 "We deliver the Outdoors". Founder of this channel is Rusty Faulk/CEO, who is a renowned leader in the outdoor community. According to its website, Pursuit is currently available to over 42 million homes, over 34 million of them being DirecTV and Dish customers.[1] The remainder of the viewers are various cable, OTT devices and broadcasting stations.



DirecTV and Dish Network.


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On cable, it is available on on many independent cable systems around the country in both SD and 1080i HD.

Broadcast stations

Pursuit Channel is also available full time on many High Power Television stations in key cities. Listings can be found on the Pursuit Channel website.


Channels with content similar to Pursuit Channel include:


  1. ^ Pursuit Channel Official Site: Pursuit Adds One Million Households
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