Televersemedia debuts pilot episode on Travel Channel
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Mar 4, 2009 - 7:26 PM

Televersemedia has just put the finishing touches on the pilot episode of Throwdown Fishing for the Travel Channel. Premiering Thursday, March 5th at 11 PM EST. The program is an hour-long docu-reality show that pits host, Captain Matty Tambor, well-known Miami tournament fisherman, and his crew "Team 305," against team "Scatterbrain" in the waters just off of Bimini, Bahamas.

Long considered one of the top game fishing spots in the world, Bimini provides the backdrop as Captain Matty and his crew compete in a highseas duel to win the fishing contest and much coveted bragging rights.

Viewers join both teams as they search for prize catches including: dolphin, kingfish, giant grouper, snapper and the feared bull shark. Shot entirely in HD, Throwdown Fishing follows the action from every angle as crews brave storms, equipment failures, and clashing personalities in their attempt to win this grueling showdown. To learn more about Throwdown Fishing log onto or go to: for a sneak peek at Throwdown Fishing!

About Televersemedia

Based in Stamford, CT, Televersemedia is a full-service production company that provides an extensive range of production services using today's state-of-the-art technology. With a diverse staff of Emmy and Peabody award-winning producers, directors, writers and editors, Televersemedia specializes in High Definition (HD) and digital media production and has decades of experience in story, image and content development. A growing roster of award-winning, national production credits is helping Televersemedia establish Connecticut as a hub for digital media production on the East Coast.

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