WinchesterTV.com Is Live!

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posted on August 6, 2014
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Winchester Ammunition has launched WinchesterTV.com, its new, online destination site with more than 175 television episodes featuring dynamic hunts and adventures captured on film during the past decade.

“We are constantly driving our customers to the outdoor networks that carry the current season of our branded series, but WinchesterTV.com is our new resource where they can watch their favorite Winchester branded shows at their convenience,” said Brett Flaugher, vice president of sales, marketing and strategy for Winchester Ammunition. “As the leader in quality outdoor programming we have an extensive archive of content that people deserve to see. Our partnerships with the networks, producers and developers have helped make WinchesterTV.com a first-class experience.”

WinchesterTV.com streams full episodes of various Winchester TV series as well as additional content such as commercials, short films, product videos and hunting tips. It’s completely free, simple to use and includes social media sharing. Streams are formatted for computers as well as mobile devices.

Winchester TV series featured on WinchesterTV.com include: “Winchester Legends,” “Winchester Deadly Passion,” “Winchester World of Whitetail,” “Winchester Turkey Revolution,” “Winchester Whitetail Revolution” and “Winchester Rack Masters.” Learn more about the hosts of each series, the products used on each episode, air times and behind the scenes footage.

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