anyone seriously think a TV show referred to as "reality
TV" would be "real"?
has TV ever been real, well, other than the odd credible
documentary, but the fact remains that television
programming has directors, producer's, and a healthy
does of editing into the mix.
TV fans (or producers) may not want to believe what
you are about to read...
sweat was applied to one of the star's brows, in The
Block. Yes, that's right, fake sweat.
on Temptation Island, were not real couples.
are just a few examples of this cheap to produce television,
television producers called reality TV.
in a while reality TV becomes a little too real for
producers, and they don't like it.
Brother fan's will remember "x" saying her
"x" was a criminal.
Jerry Springer Show, which is a talk show, with lots
of audience participation, will remember the case
where some guests appeared on his show (Ralf Panitz
and his ex-wife, Nancy Campbell-Panitz), and some
12 hours later that appearance sparked emotions, and
Nancy Campbell-Panitz was murdered (for real).
it took for Ralf Panitz to murder his ex-wife, Nancy
Campbell-Panitz, on the 24th July 2000, was years
of a bad relationship, and a heated discussion on
The Jerry Springer Show.
is not the first case, or the last case of Reality
TV running a mock, but it is the most infamous.
participants in 'There's Something About Miriam"
settled out of court with the producers, after being
mislead et al.
public has questioned the reality or this type of
television for decades.
can remember Quiz Show? It was actually a game show,
but some may argue is was the predecessor to reality
again, reality is what we all choose to believe. For
the deep thinkers out there, if something exists,
it is in fact real, even if it has been spin doctored
Man Australia has became aware of an Australian reality
TV show in the making that is as real as you are going
to get - H'it'! Ok, were are bias we admit, as we
have secured the role of judge, however, the talent
has real talent, and the producers, Brett Clements
and Peter Dodd's, are in touch with reality! (updated
as at April 2004 - no Australian TV networks have
picked up the show!)
reality TV may not be real, but with the public telling
producers they want more reality, and less contrived
storylines, things are about to get a whole lot more
real, in the reality TV space - the real example of
Man Australia director, Greg Tingle, is available
for interviews on the subjects of:
If you would like an interview, be clear, and advise
what outlet you represent, when and where the interview
will be put into the public domain, and please be
understanding of time constraints and prior commitments.
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