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November 19, 2007       


Catch the Excitement of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife Watching in N.H.: New Audio and Streaming Video from N.H. Fish and Game

CONCORD, N.H. -- Click, watch and discover. The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has entered the era of streaming video and downloadable audio. Capture the excitement of fishing, hunting and wildlife watching in New Hampshire at www.wildnh.com/Media. Or log onto New Hampshire Fish and Game's website at www.WildNH.com and click on "TV/Video/Audio" in the menu at left.

The New Hampshire Fish & Game Channel is a new web video feature that helps fish and wildlife enthusiasts get the most out of their next adventure. The program segments offer tips and strategies shared by biologists, guides and other experts. Video is played back through a flash video player, allowing viewers smooth playback of the video content.

Or listen to the award-winning weekly radio show Outdoor Almanac.  Peter St. James, an outdoor writer and local radio personality, shares hunting and fishing news, tips and stories about the state's wildlife and great outdoors. The radio show is carried on more than 15 radio stations and their affiliates throughout the New Hampshire.

"This is only the beginning," said Jon Charpentier, manager of N.H. Fish and Game's Broadcast Media and Promotion Unit, "We also plan on adding segments that feature places to fish, hunt and watch wildlife in New Hampshire, to help people who are planning their next trip."

Fish and Game plans to update the streaming videos and radio programs regularly, so check back often! To sample all of New Hampshire Fish and Game's audio, video and television programs go to www.WildNH.com/Media.

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