Teton Gravity Research to produce Jeremy Jones’ “Deeper” series for Outside TV

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The award-winning producers from leading multimedia action sports brand Teton Gravity Research (TGR) announce the production of an original, exclusive Jeremy Jones' Deeper television series for Outside Television, the only television network dedicated to the active outside enthusiast.

Jeremy Jones' Deeper, a 10 episode series from legendary snowboarder Jeremy Jones and TGR, will premiere exclusively on Outside Television February 22, 2011. The series will give viewers an intense look at the personalities, adventure, drama, and excitement from two years of filming Deeper, showcasing some of the greatest snowboarding adventures on the planet. Pushing the limits, Jones and the crew forego the use of fuel-powered machines and go deeper into the mountains using a simpler method – the human body.

"We're really excited to partner with Outside Television and bring action sports to a larger audience with Jeremy Jones' Deeper," says Steve Jones, TGR co-founder. "The series is about challenging the human spirit, and the desire to go deeper and look around the corner. Each episode will have a pointed goal from start to finish and, whether you're a snowboarder or not, viewers will be able to relate to the trials and tribulations experienced, including failure and success."

An independently owned network, Outside Television is currently available on cable in more than 110 premier resort destinations throughout the United States. The network, which broadcasts in full HD, serves those passionate about adventure travel and adventure sports, including skiing, mountain biking and surfing, and consistently ranks number one in Nielsen ratings in its resort markets. Outside Television is currently in negotiations with several major cable operators as it expands its footprint nationally. A listing of specific viewing channels is available here.

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