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NATL Shoots Complete Show Package for CMT's Reality Series "Chainsaw Gang"

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The leaders of creative production company National Television (NATL, www.natl.tv) are very proud to reveal their craftsmanship in creating a complete on-air promotional package for CMT's new Saturday night reality TV series "Chainsaw Gang." Since debuting in November, the show has been featured by top news outlets, including The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Los Angeles Daily News and Huffington Post.

New episodes premiere on Saturdays at 10:00 and 10:30 p.m., ET/PT, following artist Stacy Poitras, his Deadwood Tree Sculptures business in Agoura Hills, California, his colleagues, his girlfriend, and the surprising artistic creations they bring to life with their chainsaws.

"We have a great relationship with CMT executives David Bennett and Leslie Legare, and they know we bring our A game to every project," said NATL's creative director Brumby Boylston. "The stars of this series use chainsaws in a unique way: They're artists, not lumberjacks or tree surgeons. To package and promote the show we focused on them… intercutting shallow depth of field portraits with them at work, chainsaws hurling debris in slow-motion. While it's built around watching a blank tree trunk become a distinct sculpture, it really conveys the cast's personalities."

To read NATL's full news release, please visit http://bit.ly/CHAINg

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