IFW Video Productions are now available on MyOutdoorTV.comAugust 09, 2007 - TRCAUGUSTA, Maine -- The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is now one of the country’s first state wildlife agencies to offer their own video productions on the world wide web. These videos promote hunting, fishing, boating, wildlife-watching, and other natural resource topics pertinent to Maine.The department is partnering with MYOutdoorTV.com to bring these produced shows to a worldwide audience on MyOutdoorTV.com. These videos will cover a wide range outdoors and conservation topics via links to this website. Videos will cover various department programs, as well as interesting fish and wildlife resources and outdoor experiences. All will be available on demand, and hosted by MyoutdoorTV.com at no charge to the department. Previously, these videos were available only for a fee through the department.Those interested can find the videos by visiting MyoutdoorTV.com and clicking on the “State Explorer” link, then clicking on Maine. Shows and materials provided by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife will also be included and available on a site search engine on the MyOutdoorTV.com site. Maine's portion of the site features video subjects from whitetail deer and turkey hunting, to brook trout or bass fishing. Topics also include wildlife watching, wildlife management, and Warden Service topics.“More and more people get their news and information via the web. Therefore, we are thrilled to partner with the team at MyOutdoorTV.com,” stated Roland D. Martin, Commissioner, Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. “Outdoor enthusiasts will find great videos and information covering the numerous fish and wildlife stories and outdoor experiences that we have to offer. This partnership provides a cutting edge tool for our department to reach a larger and more diverse audience with information that will enhance their knowledge and appreciation for Maine’s fantastic fish and wildlife resources.”“Maine is an outdoorsman’s paradise, and we’re pleased to be the forum for the world to see what it has to offer,” said Chris Moise, CEO of MyOutdoorTV.com. “We congratulate Maine for their progressive wildlife agency that was quick to come on board with us.”MyOutdoorTV.com is the world’s largest internet video network for outdoor TV programming, currently streaming over 70 shows on the shooting sports, fishing, and boating. In addition, it hosts radio shows, outdoor videos, and the new “State Explorer” section. For more information, visit www.MyOutdoorTV.com.NOTE - This article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of the TRC Alliance Team.