Category Archives: Digital Media

CarbonTV Premieres Third Season of Agriculture Web-Series Growing Season, Featuring Two Farm Families

on 08/08/17’s flagship agriculture show, Growing Season, launched its second season in September. The 12-episode season is built around “The Quest for Yield,” as the Bartak family pursues the highest yield possible at their farm in Anselmo, Neb.

Carbon Media Group CEO Hyaat Chaudhary announced the new season, stating, “The Bartaks are tackling many of the same challenges that others in the industry are facing, and this season will highlight the struggles, conflicts and victories faced by working farmers today.

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CarbonTV Profiles N.O.D.R. on an All New American Elements

on 06/01/17

DETROIT, MI — June 1, 2017 – CarbonTV debuts the second episode of season two of its award-winning documentary series “American Elements” with an exclusive introduction to YouTube stars Crappie Killa’ and Westbred Diamond (collectively known as N.O.D.R.) available on-demand for free on and related CarbonTV OTT apps.

In the episode, brothers Crappie Killa’ and Westbred Diamond talk in-depth about the inception of N.O.D.R. and how fishing literally saved their lives. “From concrete to the river, from chaos to peace,” says Westbred Diamond, “it’s become a lifestyle.”

“Not to put too fine a point on it, but we love to find those ‘fish out of water’ stories in the outdoors,” says Neil Rosenzweig, CEO at CarbonTV. “To paraphrase Crappie in the episode, fishing is a great equalizer – everyone baits their hook and puts their line in the water, regardless of who they are. We all fish the same.”

The N.O.D.R. episode marks the tenth installment of the American Elements series. Prior episodes featured rural luminaries like Bone Collector founder Michael Waddell, bow-hunting athlete Cameron Hanes, best-selling author and commentator Taya Kyle, MMA fighter and outdoorsman Chad Mendes and other captivating stories. The collection won the 2016 Telly Award for Best Web Series and has garnered millions of views on CarbonTV.

Watch “American Elements: NODR”:

About CarbonTV

The best of what’s happening outdoors is happening here. With more than 120 shows and millions of monthly views, CarbonTV is the leading online streaming destination for outdoor and rural lifestyle video. CarbonTV is the digital home to acclaimed shows, such as American Elements, Bone Collector, Heartland Bowhunter’s Behind the Draw, Major League Bowhunter, Mega Truck Series and the RideTV network. All video content is available on demand, for free at and through the CarbonTV app available on iOS and Android, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs and Xbox One. To learn more, visit Download the iOS app: or the Android App: Connect on Facebook:

CNBC: The Huge Biz of Hunting

on 06/15/15

David Farbman | Carbon Media

David Farbman, founder of Carbon Media Group and Chairman behind, talks with CNBC about the huge business of hunting.

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The Daily Republic: Small Town, Big Deal

on 01/15/15

Carl and Miller visited South Dakota this summer, to film the Red Power Show in Huron and the Corn Palace in Mitchell.

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PBR: Clark To Join PBR Live Broadcasts on CarbonTV

on 01/15/15

The Professional Bull Riders announced Monday that fan-favorite Brendon Clark, who retired from bull riding at the end of the 2013 Built Ford Tough Series season, will return to action as host and sideline reporter for the all new PBR LIVE on this Saturday and Sunday from Madison Square Garden in New York.

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Carbon Media Group becomes exclusive digital video content partner of the Professional Bull Riders

on 12/15/14, the premier online video destination for outdoor and rural themed content will be the exclusive home of PBR LIVE, the PBR’s event streaming, companion content and archival content channel. A total of 100 PBR events, consisting of non-televised Built Ford Tough Series (BFTS) performances, BlueDEF Velocity Tour (BDVT) events, the BlueDEF Velocity Finals and extensive coverage around the Built Ford Tough World Finals, will be broadcast live on starting with the 2015 BFTS season kickoff event in Baltimore, Maryland, on Jan. 2-3.

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Crain’s Detroit Business, MediaPost: Carbon Media Group Hires Daniel Seliger as Executive Vice President of Content and Marketing

on 11/25/14

In his role, Seliger will lead Carbon Media Group’s corporate marketing efforts, with a focus on owned and operated properties and the strategy, production and execution for both text and video content throughout Carbon Media Group’s entire digital ecosystem—including the firm’s proprietary digital video network, This will include conceptualizing and implementing marketing strategies relating to text and video content, website marketing, media sales and corporate branding.

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The Oakland Press: Bingham Farms Business Named ‘Cool Place To Work’

on 11/20/14

The company was recognized for combining the casual, welcoming atmosphere of a growing tech startup with the knack for hiring leading programmers and developers as well as top strategists, analytics support, sales and account services team members in 2014. Carbon Media Group’s human resources team works to support those who share a love for the hunting, fishing, adventure and agricultural content they produce and manage.

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Crain’s Detroit Business: Bagging the big bucks: From apps to ads, spending on hunting yields a bountiful harvest in Michigan

on 11/17/14

It wasn’t just shotguns and rifles that hundreds of thousands of hunters began lugging into the wilderness on Saturday for the start of Michigan’s two-week firearms deer season. Some of them also bought new tools: mobile devices and apps to help find and manage their deer hunt, and bottles of energy drink shots to help stay awake until the deer show up.

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Crain’s Detroit Business: Cool Places to Work 2014

on 11/17/14

Employers who go the extra mile get high marks from their employees — and get recognized in Crain’s 2014 Cool Places to Work recognition program. Here are 75 cool places, as determined by a survey of their workforces.

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