celebreality

celebreality

(səˌlɛbrɪˈælɪtɪ)
n
a television genre that is unscripted and involves either the day-to-day documentation of a celebrity’s life or competitive challenges that a celebrity or celebrities must perform
[C21: a blend of celebrity + reality tv]
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The new powers he's forged now pass on to celebreality billionaire Donald J.
Abrego's 51 Minds was known for its lighthearted celebreality fare, such as the WB Network's "The Surreal Life" and VHl's "Flavor of Love." Corwin's Original Media started out in the indie film realm, backing such pics as 2005's "The Squid and the Whale" and 2006's "Half Nelson," but then caught the cable reality wave with shows about offbeat subcultures including TLC's "Miami Ink" and Discovery's "Storm Chasers."
But after a couple of But after a couple of recent-ish appearances on recent-ish appearances on reality TV, including Celebreality TV, including Celebrity Big Brother and rity Big Brother and Channel 5 show The Farm, Lionel is now trying his hand at a new Freeview show, Tombola.
* When we move out of the age of newsprint, geographically-restricted, and media outlet-driven information dispersion to the age of the "Celebreality," where with the click of a button, average citizens, celebrities, and public figures alike thrust themselves and others into a worldwide public domain that is read-write, user-created, and perpetually-fed through cowboy journalistic tactics, or perhaps the field of citizen journalists?
To sum up the formats, the CBS network created the term "celebreality." The contemporary television landscape features a wide range of "celebreality" programs, for example, celebrity talent shows like Dancing With The Stars or Celebrities looking for a significant other as in Rock of Love (Waggenspack, 2010, pp.
Widely credited for creating the celebreality genre of reality programming, 51 Minds has amused and shocked viewers with its enormously popular television series.
As the brains behind production company 5i Minds, Cris Abrego and Mark Cronin have been responsible for essentially resurrectingVHi with their "Celebreality" brand.
This notion of intimate access is also behind so called "celebreality" television shows like Rock of Love with Bret Michaels (2007) or The Surreal Life (2003) or even The Hills (2006), whose stars were previously interesting only for their wealthy, privileged lifestyle but are now becoming celebrities themselves (see also Leppert and Wilson in this issue).
"If you're a music fan or a celebreality and culture fan and you're on VH1, we're going to superserve you and give you all the content you'd want.
"I think that the problem with using famous people is that, by definition, they aren't really in the business of revealing exactly who they are," says Bailey, who's produced "celebreality" shows starring Tori Spelling and Perez Hilton with Barbato.
Specializing in celebreality, Ish is busy creating the newest series Paris BFF: I Want to Be Paris Hilton's New Best Friend.
The definition of tax humor is "something that happens to somebody else." However, this country, which spawned celebreality programming and "The Tyra Banks Show," lacks the perspective to laugh at its own fiduciary misfortunes.