Network A is premiering a new documentary series,“LIFE,” which will profile professional skateboarder Paul Rodriguez in a series of episodes to be featured on Youtube.com and Network A. The series is directed and produced by skater and Berrics founder Steve Berra, with new episodes airing every Tuesday on Network A.
(October 23, 2012) – The new “LIFE” documentary series, premiering on Network A today, shows that there is more to Paul Rodriguez than preternatural talent on a skateboard.
Rodriguez is arguably one of the best street skaters of all time. He is a passionate athlete who has proven his dominance in every major contest and continues to produce video parts of the highest caliber. His singular success has led to major sponsorship deals, but there is more to this man than winning and skating. The “LIFE” series provides a glimpse into the complexity of a champion who is also passionate and dedicated to family, friends and the art of skating.
In the premiere episode, Paul explains the importance of family in his life with a visit to his family’s ranch, and talks about all the ways he balances his personal life with his incredible career.
About Network A:
Network A is the new home for action sports content online. In partnership with Wasserman Media Group, Network A is the only editorially-independent channel dedicated solely to action sports, with new snow, ski, surf, skate, moto, and BMX videos releasing daily. Network A is part of Bedrocket Media Ventures, the first media company created for the social TV generation.
About Bedrocket Media Ventures:
Bedrocket Media Ventures is a disruptive media company creating the next generation of great entertainment in the cloud by building revolutionary video content channels and networks for all screens. Founded by Brian Bedol (founder of ESPN Classics and CBS College Sports) and Ken Lerer (co-founder of Huffington Post), Bedrocket is creating the next generation of high quality programming and interactive technology platforms that are not only revolutionizing the way entertainment is created and distributed, but also innovating new forms of interactive programming that will drive the future of storytelling.