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Teton Gravity Research TV Offers Decades Of Award-Winning Content

This month, Teton Gravity Research (TGR), an action sports and adventure lifestyle media company, officially launched Teton Gravity Research TV, a comprehensive new streaming service offering outdoor enthusiasts access to nearly 25 years of award-winning TGR films and content.

The free streaming service will offer viewers access to an outstanding compilation of content from TGR’s history. It includes original television series, original short films, gear reviews plus a continuous, live television stream of TGR content curated from the studio’s vast collection of exclusive footage.

Teton Gravity Research Premium members can subscribe for priority access to all of Teton Gravity Research TV, unlocking access to TGR’s entire vault of celebrated films. Premium members will also receive a 15% discount across all purchases on any items online with no limits.

Other perks for premium members include discounted tour tickets at selection locations, discounts on adventure travel and lodging and exclusive monthly discounts from premium outdoor brands. Viewers can download the app on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple iOS, Android TV and Android.

Known for original, custom and branded content, TGR is widely regarded as one of the premier outdoor action, adventure and exploration brands in the world. With 40+  award-winning films, numerous television series, and national commercial spots, it delivers a global, multi-channel footprint.

Directed by Steve Jones, Todd Jones and Jon Klaczkiewicz, ‘Make Believe’, the company’s 2020 annual ski and snowboard film, features some of the world’s most celebrated free skiers and snowboarders, filmed on location in Japan, Jackson Hole, British Columbia, Colorado and Montana.

The world premiere of Make Believe will be 19 Sept in the heart of the Tetons, followed by visiting drive-in theatres, private showings and small, socially distanced venues across the United States.

TGR co-founder Steve Jones said, “Make Believe is whatever your wildest imagination can dream up. It’s an unwavering commitment to that dream in order to make it reality. Ultimately it has been in the works for 25 years. Realizing all-time conditions in almost every location this past season, Make Believe showcases some of the most progressive athletes and riding on the planet. We are pumped to kick off winter with innovative worldwide screenings at locations such as drive ins, outdoor pop up theaters, private screenings, and more.”

Make Believe celebrates today’s athletes who have committed to living the dream – ‘the ones who have fallen deeply in love with the mountain life, the people who have chosen to live their lives in a particular way, from inception to reality, the ones who choose to make and believe in their dreams.’

Many of TGR’s familiar faces are back on screen in Make Believe, including Sammy Carlson,  Tim Durtschi, Nick McNutt, Caite Zeliff, Griffin Post, Sam Smoothy, Colter Hinchliffe and Kai Jones. It comes on the heels of TGR’s feature-length documentary ‘Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season’, a collaboration with HBO that earned two Sports Emmy nominations.

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