DETROIT, April 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- CarbonTV, the world's leading outdoor, online OTT streaming content site, announces the debut of "Identical Draw," the latest program to join their lineup of exclusive programs focused on the outdoors. "Identical Draw" stars twenty-year-old identical twin bowhunters, Thomas and Nathan Krick. The show focuses on faith, brotherhood and the outdoors. The show is live here: https://www.carbontv.com/shows/identical-draw/
Nebraska natives, the Kricks began filming their outdoor experiences in 2016 and quickly discovered their passion could also be their purpose. They plan on making a positive impact with their programming by focusing on conservation, land and deer management and sharing their love and respect for the culture of hunting. The entrepreneurial twins first pitched their idea of the show in a class at Nebraska Wesleyan University and went on to present it at the 2017 "Network Globally, Act Locally" program.
"As an entrepreneur and a hunter, I knew these guys were the real deal," said David Farbman, founder and owner of CarbonTV. "Their passion for the outdoors is evident in every shot and their messages around conservation will resonate with our new focus on Abundance."
CarbonTV enjoys sharing the ranks with industry leaders the Outdoor Channel and Sportsman Channel and enjoys working with popular outdoor talents like American Elements star Cameron Hanes, Bone Collector and Carbon TV original producer Michael Waddell, conservationist and host Jules McQueen, Heartland Bowhunter Mike Hunsucker, UFC Fighter Chad Mendes, American country rap singer Big Smo, and The Virtue's Phillip Vanderpool and TJ Unger, among others.
CarbonTV is available on-demand for free on CarbonTV.com and OTT apps on Roku, Apple AirPlay, Xbox One, iOS, Android, Samsung Smart TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
The best of what's happening outdoors is happening here. With more than 300 shows and 10 million monthly views, CarbonTV is the leading online streaming destination for outdoor and rural lifestyle video. All video content is available on demand, for free at CarbonTV.com and through the CarbonTV app available on iOS, Android, Roku, Xbox One, Samsung Smart TV, and Amazon Fire TV. To learn more, visit www.carbontv.com.