Breitbart News’ fake news website, “Fact-Fiction,” has created a new reality show to push the boundaries of truth and the truth being reported by the mainstream media.
The show, which was filmed in front of a fake television screen at a Brooklyn apartment building, will air on the reality television network TLC on March 31.
The Real News Project is a reality TV show hosted by the fake news network, The Blaze, which in turn hosts The Blaze’s “Fact Check” podcast.
The Blaze claims that its program “exposes lies, misinformation, and hoaxes that are not true, but are in fact the latest news from the media.”
TLC, which is owned by Viacom, the parent company of The Blaze and other fake news sites, has a history of producing reality television shows that have been criticized for being biased in favor of the “fake news” industry.
In January, The Daily Caller reported that The Blaze had signed a deal to host a reality show in 2020.
The reality show, “The Truth Behind The Fake News,” is set to air on TLC starting March 31, 2019.
“The Blaze has signed a contract to host the Real News Show in 2020,” TLC said in a statement to Breitbart News.
“In 2019, The Real Truth Show will premiere on TBS.”
“Fact Fact Fact” is a series that features reality television talent, celebrities and media personalities, who tell their own stories about real news stories, such as the murder of a police officer or the police shooting of an unarmed black teenager in a police car.
The actors are shown posing as journalists, reporters and other journalists, with each episode having a theme and subject matter that will be explored in the following episodes.
“TLC has always been a leader in the field of reality television,” T.J. Miller, the President of the Real-time Reality Media Association, said in an interview with Breitbart News in March.
“There is a lot of money being made by TLC and other networks, but it is really the truth, which the audience is supposed to understand and get a sense of.”
The Real-Time Reality Media Act (RTMMA), signed into law in January, prohibits the production of programs that “create a false impression of the news media or otherwise create a misleading or deceptive impression.”
The act also prohibits the “promotion of false information or falsehoods” in a show, and prohibits producers of “fact-based news” from “promoting or promoting a false, misleading, or deceptive program or service.”
“It’s hard for the truth to get in the way of people trying to get money,” Miller told Breitbart News, referring to the “real-time reality show” format.
“But when you have a platform that is promoting falsehoods and promoting lies, that’s really dangerous.”
The Blaze has been promoting the Real Truth show for years, and has used its own reality show production company, TLC Productions, to produce the series.
The real-time program will run for four episodes, with the last two episodes airing in March and April.
“We’re really excited to work with TLC,” said Joe DePaulo, the founder and executive producer of The Real Time Reality Media, in a phone interview with The Blaze.
“I know a lot more people will tune in to this show than other shows because of the real-world story that we’re telling about a black teenager who was shot and killed by a police force and then the story is really just about a young man who had a gun and was trying to protect himself from a police chief who had the gun.
That’s really the essence of the story.”
DePaula told The Blaze that the Real Reality Project was set up to be an experiment for TLC to see how the format would play out.
“They want to show what happens if we’re putting on a show that’s a reality version of The Facts vs. Fiction show, in that sense, to see what it would look like,” DePaulos said.
“And we’re going to be bringing in a team of people from TLC who are experts in the real world.”
DePablo told Breitbart Tech that TLC had been interested in creating a program that would challenge “the established media model” of the reality TV industry.
“To do this project, we needed the expertise of someone who can really get the real facts, and we really needed to find someone who has the experience of doing this project,” DePapa said.
TLC declined to provide additional information on the Real Real Project, saying in a press release, “Real-time TV, as it pertains to the Real World Reality Show, is not a program created to be a ratings bonanza.
Rather, the Real Project is an experiment to provide viewers with the most accurate and accurate news coverage of what is going on in the world, with a focus on the people, the people’s