Loud TV Looking for Gulf Commercial Fishermen To Star in New Show

by / Newsroom Ink on October 31, 2014
Night Fishing

“We seek active commercial fishermen that are passionate about fishing, immersed in the lifestyle, and make a hard earned living on the water,” explained Jordan Lipp, Loud TV’s Director of Development. Photo: Bubba Cochran

by Ed Lallo/Gulf Seafood News Editor

Are you an outstanding Gulf of Mexico commercial fisherman looking for a new adventure; then Loud TV wants to hear from you.

Loud Television, a New York City based production company that is part of Leftfield Entertainment and ITV, is searching for adventurous, capable commercial fishermen who have personalities, a strong look and a little attitude.

“Whether tough, or filled with humor and heart, we’re looking for avid commercial fishermen of all varieties,” said Jordan Lipp, the company’s Director of Development. “We’re essentially looking for a spirited group of commercial fishermen who do unique work within the Gulf region.”

FISHERMEN CASTING CALLLipp said that the production company focuses specifically in the lifestyle space, including real estate, travel, food, family, home, business, and unique expertise. They work closely with networks that include the Food Network, FYI, Travel Channel, HGTV, Discovery, Spike and National Geographic.

Leftfield Entertainment is the production company behind History Channel’s Pawn Stars franchise and Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Loud TV is a joint venture between the company’s CEO/producer Brent Montgomery and television producer and executive Nick Rigg. The full-service entertainment and production company creates a broad range of unscripted television and digital content, including branded entertainment.

“We seek active commercial fishermen that are passionate about fishing, immersed in the lifestyle, and make a hard earned living on the water,” Lipp told Gulf Seafood News. “Whether it’s a family who’s been fishing for generations, brothers, friends or even a group of guys that never see eye to eye – but at the end of the day, they’re out there risking it all together trying to make ends meet.”

Currently the company produces “Tiny House Nation” that airs on FYI, “Holy and Hungry” airing on the Cooking Channel and “Ice Holes” which airs on the National Geographic Channel. It has announced a formal casting call with information about the show. Interested candidates can apply by sending name, location, contact information, photo and a brief description of their team to casting@loudtelevision.com.

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About the Author: Ed Lallo is the former editor of Gulf Seafood News and CEO of Newsroom Ink, an online brand journalism agency. .


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  1. Barbara Olander says:

    I enjoyed seeing something that focuses on the life of commercial fishermen.

  2. Jude says:

    We own a 36 foot shrimp boat we take pride in what we do and we try to stay in top 5 boats of or class

  3. andrew says:

    I saw fish for a living and go sharking.

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