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Power and Motoryachts|May 2018

Anglers Journal TV returns in August, now on the Discovery Channel.

Season three of Anglers Journal TV kicks off this summer and will be available to a whole new audience that may not have caught the show before. That’s because AJTV—which emulates the quality and style of its namesake, Power & Motoryacht’s sister publication,

Anglers Journal—is moving for the first time to the Discovery Channel. We caught up with the show’s host, Editor-at-Large John Brownlee, after he had wrapped up the new season.

How big is this move to the Discovery Channel?

 The Discovery Channel’s impressive reach puts us in over 92 million households, and just as important as that, the network is a household name. We’ve secured a Sunday morning slot at 7:30 a.m., and since Discovery is a dual-feed network, the show will air at that time on both coasts. We’re excited about introducing ourselves to a larger audience.

What can viewers—both new and old—expect from season three?

 As in the first two seasons, we plan to produce a quality show that focuses as much on people and places as it does on hardcore fishing action. As we like to say, it’s about the “why” of fishing, not the “how.”

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