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Outdoor Channel
Outdoor Channel.svg
Launched 1994
Owned by Outdoor Channel Holdings Inc.
Picture format 480i (SD)
1080i (HD)
Headquarters Temecula, California
DirecTV 606
Dish Network 153
Available on many cable systems Check local listings for channels
Verizon FiOS 307 (SD)
591 (HD)
AT&T U-verse 680 (SD)
1680 (HD)
Sky Angel 327
Available on many IPTV systems Check local listings for channels

Outdoor Channel is an American speciality channel focused on the outdoors, offering programming that includes hunting, fishing, Western lifestyle, off-road motorsports and adventure. The network can be viewed on multiple platforms including high definition, video-on-demand, as well as on a broadband web site. Outdoor Channel is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Outdoor Channel Holdings, Inc.


Outdoor Channel Content

Billing itself as "America’s Leader in Outdoor TV", Outdoor Channel provides thematic primetime programming “blocks,” allowing viewers to watch one of many categories (fishing, hunting, outdoor adventure) of shows like Western Sportfishing, Step Outside, or Dock Dogs on a designated night. Outdoor Channel’s On-Demand offering currently has 25 hours of content per week on its new broadband website,


  • Realtree Road Trips with Michael Waddell
  • Shooting Gallery It focuses on multiple aspects of shooting, from self-defense to the shooting sports, hosted and produced by veteran shooting competitor Michael Bane.
  • Benelli's American Birdhunter with Tom Knapp
  • Dead Down Wind's American Archer with Tom Nelson
  • Wingshooter with Randy Lack and Bruce Horrell

Outdoor Channel HD

Logo of Outdoor Channel HD

Outdoor Channel HD is a 1080i high definition simulcast of Outdoor Channel that launched in early 2008. Verizon FiOS was the first provider to carry it. [1] AT&T U-verse added it in October 2008.[2] In early April 2009, it was announced that it had reached carriage agreement deals with Comcast, RCN, US Cable, and Time Warner Cable for the HD version. [3] [4]


Channels with content similar to Outdoor Channel include Versus, Pursuit Channel and The Sportsman Channel.

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