No matter the time or day, when anglers turn on their HD television sets they can now experience the true beauty of the world’s most spectacular fishing destinations in stunning high definition. WFN: World Fishing Network, North America’s only 24-hour fishing lifestyle network, announced today that WFN HD is now broadcasting its entire programming line-up in 100 percent native High Definition.
Since WFN HD debuted in May 2008 it has launched four original series in HD, including Charlie Moore TV, Hookin’ Up with Mariko Izumi, Getting School’d with JP DeRose and WFN’s Reel Road Trip. Simultaneously, the network has been working with its partners to produce all shows in native High Definition.
“As consumer demand for HD continues to grow, we are uniquely positioned in the outdoor category to offer cable, satellite and telecommunications distributors the perfect product to fill the void,” said Mark Rubinstein, President, WFN. “We’re excited to bring the beauty o fishing home to viewers with the stunning picture quality that WFN HD delivers so that HDTV owners can enjoy the world’s most beautiful fishing locales in all of their grandeur.”
While WFN HD airs all programming in High Definition, its sister network, WFN will continue to air its own distinct broadcast schedule in Standard Definition (SD) to ensure that all cable, satellite and telecommunications distributors can meet the needs of their customers.