In Production!

July marks the debut of our new TV show, and I’m up in Michigan with our produciton team hammering out the new intro, as well as shooting interviews for a lot of the shows.  This is easily my favorite part of what we do.  You see the work and footage come together in a polished and artistic way…..its very rewarding!  Cant wait to share it all with all of you come July!

Heartland Bowhunter TV will air on DirecTV starting July 2nd on channel 611.  Airtimes are Wed @ 7PM, Friday @ 12:30PM, Sunday @ 8AM, and Tuesday @ 10:30PM



~ by heartlandbowhunter on June 5, 2008.

5 Responses to “In Production!”

  1. Looks like you guys are having fun while your working. Some of that stuff looks familiar. Uncle Pete has a nice place out there!

    Now you just need to finish up work so you can have Preston and Al take you out to do some bowfishing! 🙂

  2. Really good pics guys! I can’t wait to see the intro and the episodes. Only a month away and we will see it all on national television.

  3. Good pics guys….It won’t be long until we see it all come together.


  4. Those are some really creative shots. Looks like you guys had some good ideas. I can’t wait to see the finished product of everyone’s hard work.

  5. Guys im really looking forward to seeing your footage especially the deer season with fall comming up in just months. I just made the switch from dish to direct TV just for this (Dont let me down LOL!!) Keep up the goood work as usual and the best of luck with the show. Im sure its gonna be a good one because i have personally seen how hard you guys work at what you do. peace out

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