FourFour’s weekly TV show has come a long way from its humble beginnings on YouTube.
In its original run on Channel 4, the show was dubbed “an unhinged romp” by one viewer.
FourFour also ran on TV One, Channel 4’s sister channel, from 2009 to 2011.
But while the channel thrived on the original channels, FourFour has moved to the digital era with the launch of the latest version of the show, which now has an audience of more than 10 million.
“The channel’s brand has been a real benefit for us,” says chief executive Paul Thomas.
“FourFour has been so successful because it’s been able to grow its audience and to grow our brand, and it’s done that through a very good mix of channels.” “
FourFour’s current channel, on Channel 5, is not available on the internet. “
FourFour has been so successful because it’s been able to grow its audience and to grow our brand, and it’s done that through a very good mix of channels.”
FourFour’s current channel, on Channel 5, is not available on the internet.
But the channel is set to expand into other new channels including ABC and Channel Ten.
“It’s a great opportunity for us to bring it back to television, and that’s why Channel 5 is being brought back,” says Mr Thomas.
FourFive has more than 100 million subscribers, more than half of whom are female.
The channel also has plans to build a new channel in the coming months, which will be called FourFive.
“FourFive is a new network we’re launching in the next few weeks,” says CEO Paul Thomas, with the channel set to start broadcasting in the US.
As the channel gets closer to launch, Mr Thomas says it’s a good time to look back on its early days.
“We knew we wanted to create something that was more than a channel for our own channel, and we wanted people to like it, but also want to know that it was a good product for a new audience,” he says.
“So we knew we had to build something that would attract a whole new audience.”
“And that’s the reason we’ve made it a great platform for the brand to go back to.”
The channel is one of the first ever to get online and have a live audience of millions.
FourFive is the first to have the word “four” in its name, which was chosen because it also has four letters in its alphabet, which were the same as the letters of four of the seven major US states.
Mr Thomas says that’s because it was designed to appeal to a new generation of fans who had grown up on YouTube but were not yet familiar with the brand’s name.
FourFive, which launched in the UK in January, is now available on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android and Windows. “
We wanted to make it something that appealed to a very different demographic than what we’ve done for so long.”
FourFive, which launched in the UK in January, is now available on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android and Windows.
It has a huge number of subscribers, with more than 20 million people watching each episode.
“It has been great, it’s really grown and we’re really proud of it,” says the channel’s CEO.
He says the audience has been very much like the one that came through the channel when it launched.
Mr Thomas has said the channel has now been a success for all four channels in the space.
However, he has said that there’s more to come.
But there’s a whole world of opportunity in TV right now.”