Fox Reality, the nation’s only all-reality, all-the-time programming
service, has distribution commitments that will propel it past 35
million subscribers in its second year, joining only National
Geographic Channel, TNT and NFL Network as other new networks to
achieve that feat.
Public Media Works, Inc. recently announced that it has signed an agreement with the Fox Reality Channel to air a thirteen week schedule of the "Fastest Car In America." The one-hour reality show will answer questions and dig into the drama behind America’s fascination with the automobile. The basic premise of the drama involves a field of 4 teams, consisting of 4 drivers each. The teams are "locked down" on the racetrack for three weeks where everyday is race-day, winners stay to continue to compete, and losers go home.
Fox Reality, the ALL REALITY, ALL THE TIME channel featuring reality programming from all the major networks, has hired Noel Siegel as Director of Development, reporting to Bob Boden, Vice President, Programming.
U.S. cable and satellite network Fox Reality has picked up a raft of reality shows from New Zealand’s Touchdown Television, marking the recently launched network’s first acquisition from this territory.
Fox Cable Networks’ newly launched Fox Reality has acquired several never-before-seen unscripted series from around the globe and key international series based upon hit U.S. formats, it was announced by Fox Reality Chief Operating Officer and General Manager David Lyle.
Tuesday, May 24, 2005 is destined to be an epic day in the annals of reality TV history. An event that reality TV fans have been waiting for what seems like an eternity for will finally materialize. Are we talking about the singing showdown between the rocker and the country girl on American Idol 4? No, that’s not it. Then, surely we’re talking about the blessed union of reality TV’s golden couple. The day when Boston Rob and Amber Brkich truly become Romber. No, that’s not it either. Well, then is it the pounding, fist flying finale to Sylvester Stallone’s The Contender? Wrong, yet again.