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Skull Bound TV puts women center stage as host Jana Waller brings a unique look to the world of hunting programming by tying in conservation, her unique skull designs and the interesting characters she encounters through her adventures. Nominated for the Sportsman Channel Choice Awards BEST COMBINATION SHOW in it’s first season, Skull Bound TV brings a twist to the typical hunting or fishing series.

Conservation is an important component of each episode of Skull Bound TV and they are excited to announce their partnership with The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF).   “The MDF

exemplifies the undeniable fact that hunters are true conservationists who care passionately about their environment. It’s a message that is missed on most outdoor programing today.” stated Host and Associate Producer Jana Waller. This year the MDF is celebrating 25 years of protecting and conserving not only mule deer and their habitat but all wildlife. “They’ve already protected over a million acres of mule deer habitat and spent nearly 30 million dollars for conservation and we are thrilled to be able to get kind of message across to our viewers,” exclaimed Jim Kinsey, Executive Producer.


Episode 2 features Jana on an exciting archery elk hunt in Oregon and although never presented with an opportunity to draw her bow, she returns 3 weeks later to score on a mule deer buck nicknamed “Skyscraper”. This particular episode will air on January 9, 2013 where Skull Bound will feature The Mule Deer Foundation during the “Conservation Minute”. “Jim and Jana are avid hunters, conservationists, and media pros who have shown their support for mule deer and MDF,”said MDF CEO & President Miles Moretti. “We are looking forward to expanding upon our relationship with Skull Bound TV during MDF’s 25th Anniversary year.”

Along with featuring the incredible works of The Mule Deer Foundation, Skull Bound TV also features the conservation efforts of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, The National Wild Turkey Federation, as well as Safari Club International and their foundation.   “We have dedicated a ‘Conservation Minute’ within every episode of the series which are guaranteed to educate the viewer on the many faces of conservation.” stated Waller.

Tune in every week to watch award-winning Kinsey HD Productions merge the natural world, unique skull designs, and conservation messages with heart-pounding hunting adventures lead by host Jana Waller. Catch Skull Bound TV starting Wednesdays 8:30PM and 11:30PM EST on The Sportsman Channel’s “BIG GAME Wednesday” night block.


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Julia Heinz
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Kathy Russell

Tammy Hartline
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Kim Hose
Rachel Baker
Beth Milligan
Jo Rice
Angelina Coopersmith
Jenny Paul
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