Model RR on TV

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by N Gauger, Aug 13, 2003.

  1. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict


    World's Greatest Hobby on national TV
    World's Greatest Hobby ambassador to show train layout on nationally-televised Fox News Channel

    John Vanacore, an ambassador for the World’s Greatest Hobby program, owns The Round Hill Store, a train store in Connecticut. One of his customers is a producer from Fox and Friends, a national morning television show on the Fox News Channel cable network. John often talked with the producer about the fun and fascination of model trains. He must have done a great job, because on August 14, 2003, he will be given a guest spot on Fox and Friends to demonstrate how simple it is to get started in model railroading.

    For the interview John will bring along his portable HO scale 4 x 6 foot layout that will be featured the January 2004 issue of Model Railroader. John's segment will air at 6:30AM EDT. Consult your local listings for the Fox News Channel in your area. To learn more about John’s train company, visit his Web site at
  2. Sempak

    Sempak Member

    I get FOX news with Fox and Friends in Australia on Foxtel cable. Any idea how far behind the shows are? I have a feeling they're in real time so I'll adjust for the time zones and hopefull catch the show.
  3. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    The only fox we have around here are the 4 legged furry kind.
  4. Sempak

    Sempak Member

    We've got pleny o dem chicken stealers here too.

    We also have the hybrid fire optic/coax kind!
  5. rcwatkins

    rcwatkins Member

    lol. What stations DO you get. I get the whole kit n' kaboodle cept for the WB. The only train stuff I've seen on TV was on RC hobbies which was Geeeee scale & DCC. They didn't tell me too much about DCC.
  6. Clerk

    Clerk Active Member

    I get FOX but need the time.

    Just caught the date, Aug. 14th. To late now. Never mind
  7. Sempak

    Sempak Member

    A friend of mine told me about a program called Billionaire Toys which had a special on some guy who's layout was three stories high with tens of miles of track in a huge building. HAs anyone else seen or heard about thsis?

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