Doug Koenig's Championship Season Coming to the Pursuit Channel

International recognized championship shooter Doug Koenig is teaming up with the Pursuit Channel in a multi-year agreement that will bring Koenig’s breakthrough series, Doug Koenig’s Championship Season, to the network in the third quarter of 2012.

Koenig will also be acting in the role of on-air emissary for the network’s new primetime shooting bloc.

“Doug Koenig is a role model and an ambassador who shares the Pursuit Channel’s beliefs and visions for the great outdoors of tomorrow,” said Dennis Presley, Video President of MOOSE Media which represents marketing for the Pursuit Channel. “Beautifully executed, exciting, informative – from pressurized firing lines to wind-swept ridgelines, Doug’s ‘regular guy’ brand of Championship Season is motivating storytelling backed up by his enviable career as the ultimate shooting sports professional.” 

Championship Season will air on Fridays at 8:00PM EST, with encores available Mondays at 11:00AM and Wednesdays at 3:30PM.

For updates, stay tuned to The Pursuit Channel’s current schedule can be found on their website. For those who are interested in more information about Doug Koenig his resume and biography can be found on his website. For all breaking gun news stay tuned to’s news feeds.

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