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Leading adventure lifestyle channel now featured on Suddenlink Sports Plus Tier


WESTPORT, Conn. (July 20, 2015) – Outside Television, America’s only television network for adventure enthusiasts, has joined Suddenlink’s Sports Plus Tier, giving the provider’s 1.4 million subscribers access to the popular action channel based on Outside Magazine and its acclaimed adventurist brand.  Suddenlink is the seventh largest cable network serving 17 states. The addition of Outside Television to their lineup will make the adventure network available to viewers in 35 of the top 50 U.S. media markets.


“Outside Television’s addition to Suddenlink will inspire even more new viewers with a deep passion for the active, adventure lifestyle,” said Rob Faris, Senior VP, Programming and Production at Outside Television. “Outside Television offers the Suddenlink subscribers an opportunity to dive into the world of extreme sports, action and adventure.”


In addition to Suddenlink, Outside Television is available on providers including Dish Network, Comcast XFINITY, Cox Communications, RCN, The National Cable Television Cooperative, CenturyLink PRISM TV and Google Fiber. The partnership of Suddenlink and Outside Television comes on the heels of the programming deals Outside Television viewers have access to exclusive premium programming from the world’s most respected adventure content producers, including Red Bull Media House, Zodiac and IMG.


For more information or to schedule an interview with an Outside Television representative, please contact Shawna McGregor at 917 971 7852 or


About Outside Television: Outside Television is the only national programming network dedicated to the active outside lifestyle and the more than 141 million Americans who regularly participate. Based on Outside Magazine and its acclaimed brand, Outside Television embraces running, biking, skiing, hiking, sailing, surfing, kayaking and any other adventures involving wind, water, snow and terrain; as well as the full spectrum of people’s lives who engage in them. It is available to watch in 35 of the top 50 U.S. media markets. To learn more about Outside Television, go to

Monday, July 20, 2015