YouTube Stars N.O.D.R. Fish Alongside Celebrities and Discover Hunting in New CarbonTV Original Series
DETROIT, MI — June 12, 2017 – CarbonTV debuts the original series “N.O.D.R.,” featuring comedic YouTube stars and fishermen Crappie Killa and Westbred Diamond, on-demand for free exclusively on www.carbontv.com and related CarbonTV OTT apps.
The first episode of the series, premiering today, features a fishing adventure in Florida with boxing legend “The Champ” Roy Jones Jr. on his farm. Jones gives them a lesson in fighting, and shows what it takes to be a champion in and out of the ring.
In the next episode, premiering June 19, Crappie and Westbred head to northern Michigan, to CarbonTV Founder David Farbman’s ranch, for a deer camp. They go out on the first deer hunt of their lives and have a blast in the outdoors.
Future episodes will showcase N.O.D.R. fishing alongside other celebrities, who are eager to get in a boat with the viral anglers. Additional exclusive content, including short clips of Crappie and Westbred called “N.O.D.R. Nibblets”, will also be available for free on CarbonTV.
“We are excited to be partnering with N.O.D.R. to help bring more diversity to the outdoors, and entertainment to a fishing show format,” says Kelley Wolf Griffith, VP of Production at Carbon Media Group.
N.O.D.R. was recently introduced on the streaming network in CarbonTV’s award-winning series American Elements, which received more than 1.3MM views on-site and across social within the first week. The N.O.D.R. YouTube channel was originally created in 2015.
Watch “N.O.D.R.: Roy Jones Jr.”: https://www.carbontv.com/shows/nodr/seasons/1/episodes/2/
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