Planet X Television

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Planet X Television is a TV show, with a focus on action and extreme sports; launched in early 1995 on Prime Sports (now known as FSN / Fox Sports Net); the same summer as ESPN's X Games (then known as the Extreme Games).

Planet X covers international action, alternative, adventure and extreme sports events, such as: surf, skate, snowboarding, BMX, wakeboarding, off-road, jetski, rock climbing, snowmobiling, skydiving, base jumping, etc.

Planet X is syndicated in the United States and abroad through broadcast, cable, and satellite outlets and through its own broadband unit - XIMA TV (XIMA is an acronym for the Extreme Independent Media Alliance).

Its parent company, POV - Planet One Ventures, Inc. maintains various other reality TV properties in the health and fitness categories.

In Summer, 2008 Planet X launched a cable TV channel that features youth action sports and music topics as well as its new national TV series - "Planet X @ WaveHouse" (from the WaveHouse facility in San Diego's Belmont Park).[citation needed]

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