Friday, January 11, 2013
Randy Newberg to Host Fresh Tracks on Sportsman Channel
MISSOULA, MT- Warm Springs Production today announced it's new series, Federal Premium's Fresh Tracks with Randy Newberg, will debut on Sportsman Channel June 2013. The series will be hosted by Randy Newberg from On Your Own Adventures, one of the most accomplished and knowledgeable public land hunters in America.
"Our new series will be an incredibly in-depth look inside the hunting season of a passionate public land hunter and advocate," said Marc Pierce, Managing Partner of Warm Springs Productions. "Randy has been an extremely popular host in the outdoor realm, but all the preparation and planning that goes into ensuring success on his hunts have never been shown on TV. This series will take you through all the grueling planning and preparation, camera malfunctions, long hikes, and blown stalks."
Federal Premium's Fresh Tracks with Randy Newberg will take viewers through a year in the life of someone who lives hunting 24/7, hard core hunter Randy Newberg. The series will follow this avid public land hunter on all of his action packed hunts as well as feature all of the dedication, work, and passion that goes on between trips. This behind the scenes look will bring the real action and raw emotions only found in extreme hunting for outdoor television.
"Fresh Tracks takes the viewer on a four-month hunting trip. The ups, the downs, and all in between," add Randy Newberg. "The days all goes well and the days it goes south. Scabs, warts, and all. The hits and the misses. The long days on the road, months in tents, sparse meals for weeks on end, everything needed to produce a TV show that reflects hunting for most Americans - on your own hunting, and all on public land."
The crew at Warm Springs Productions has more than 30 years of combined experience hosting, filming and producing hunting, fishing and outdoor adventure television. And since its founding in 2008, the company has grown and expanded to produce series for Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel, Travel Channel, History, Discovery Science, National Geographic Wild and more.