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☕In 1992, Dr Dre's single "" became a crossover hit, with its humorous -influenced video becoming an MTV staple despite the network's historic orientation towards rock music. Complaints surfaced on the Internet over MTV interrupting the reunion of. On June 12, 2011, MTV aired a traditional television premiere of a new installment of MTV Unplugged instead of a web debut. The channel was officially rebranded as MTV Live on February 1, 2016. 2016: Not Awarded Woodie of the Year• Production ended on The Osbournes in November 2004. These sponsors included , , and. In addition to giving exposure to lesser-known artists, MTV was instrumental in the booming '80s dance wave. Subsequent concepts [ ] also had a 30-minute program of music videos called , that first aired around the time of MTV's launch and lasted until late 1986. " The network's director of music programming, Buzz Brindle, told an interviewer in 2006: "MTV was originally designed to be a rock music channel. In addition to airing original shows created specifically for MTV, the channel also occasionally aired episodes of original cartoon series produced by Viacom's sister channel Nickelodeon in the early 1990s. The channel tried its hand again at live programming with the premiere of a half-hour program called The Seven in September 2010. Several music programs originating outside the US, including Australia's and the United Kingdom's , which initially aired music videos by artists who were not available to perform live, began to feature them regularly by the mid-1970s. The program counted down seven entertainment-related stories of interest to viewers and included some interview segments among them , having aired weekdays at 5 pm with a weekend wrap-up at 10 am ET. From then on —with the exception of the closely logos on the first round of commercials— Pon was the primary creative force. As a result, MTV developed a strict policy on refusal to air videos that may depict Satanism or themes. " First reality programs [ ] In the early-mid 1990s, MTV debuted its first reality shows, and. " Unico National President Andre DiMino said, "MTV has festooned the 'bordello-like' house set with Italian flags and red, white and green maps of New Jersey while every other cutaway shot is of Italian signs and symbols. In the final week of November, Donna Summer's "" was in heavy rotation. MTV has spawned numerous in the US and affiliated channels internationally, some of which have gone independent. The select few in MTV's rotation were , , , , , , , , and. Instead of music videos, the program used clips of various vintage cartoons and animated films to go with the songs. MTV explained, "While technology has made it way easier for artists to produce and distribute their own music on their own terms, it hasn't made it any simpler to find a way to cut through all the Internet noise and speak directly to all of their potential fans. However, Les Garland, then acquisitions head, said he decided to air Jackson's "" video without pressure from CBS, a statement later contradicted by CBS head of Business Affairs David Benjamin in. However, it was no longer active by the time MTV launched in 1981. Resolutions for White Guys [ ] In December 2016, MTV online published a -oriented New Year's resolution-themed video directed towards white men. Several noted film directors got their start creating music videos. The earlier music videos that comprised most of MTV's programming in the 1980s were promotional videos or "promos", a term that originated in the UK that record companies had commissioned for international use, or concert clips from any available sources. 2015:• 1986 also brought the departures of three of the five original VJs, as J. PopClips' inspiration came from a similar program on New Zealand's network, , which premiered in 1976. Return of the Rock [ ] Beginning in late 1997, MTV progressively reduced its airing of rock music videos, leading to the slogan among skeptics, "Rock is dead. Dunn also appeared in segments between MTV's shows throughout the day as a recognizable personality and face of the channel in the absence of traditional VJs aside from its MTV News correspondents. The concept was reintroduced as in 2000, which became in 2006 and was cancelled in 2008, after briefly celebrating the 20th anniversary of Yo! 2004: - ""• MTV launched a new talk show based on hip hop music on April 12, 2012, called Hip Hop POV, hosted by , Bu Thiam, , , and Sowmya Krishnamurthy. MTV's rebranding was overseen by Popkern. In addition to learning the lyrics, fans also learned his choreography so they could dance along. It also aired several of Yankovic's specials in the 1980s and 1990s, under the title. Rock bands and performers of the 1980s who appeared on MTV ranged from to and including , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and. Nevertheless, short clips of the specials were shown on MTV during the AMTV block of music videos in the early morning hours. com in 2008 In the late 1980s, before the , MTV VJ began experimenting on the Internet. MTV also aired Hot Zone, hosted by , which featured pop music videos during the midday time period. But after one month as a money-losing venture, Turner sold it to MTV, who redeveloped the channel into VH1. The channel also aired a new show around this time titled , which documented the lives of teenagers expecting babies. Over the next few years, more hit alternative rock acts were on heavy rotation, such as , , , , , , , , and. MTV continued to experiment with late night talk shows in the early 2000s with relatively short-lived programs such as , starring ; and. Other opportunities that MTVU provided for college students include Digital Incubator grants, which awarded students who are pioneering the future of broadband content, and the Student Filmmaker Award, which provided the winner with the chance to receive a development deal with MTVU and collect the award at the. Breaking the 'color barrier' [ ] , whose discography included music videos such as "", "", and "" During MTV's first few years, very few black artists were featured. 2012:• In 1985, MTV spearheaded a safe-sex initiative, in response to the AIDS epidemic, when it was perceived that many teens might be more receptive to the message there than from their parents. 2005: - "" Best Video Woodie - Live Action• Along with , MTV broadcast the concerts, a series of concerts set in the states and South Africa, on July 2, 2005. " Writers Craig Marks and Rob Tannenbaum noted that the channel "aired videos by plenty of white artists who didn't play rock. " Andrew Goodwin later wrote: "[MTV] denied racism, on the grounds that it merely followed the rules of the rock business. 2014: Best Collaboration Woodie• 2010: Not Awarded Breaking Woodie• Also around this time, HBO, as well as other premium channels such as , and , occasionally played one or a few music videos between movies. Besides these competitions, MTVU made efforts to use student work through its programming. The animated series returned to MTV in October 2011, with new episodes. Examples from the early-mid 1990s include sketch-based comedies such as , , , and. Main article: In 1984, the channel produced its first show, or VMAs. there were hardly any videos being made by black artists. Shortly after Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009, the channel aired several hours of Jackson's music videos, accompanied by live news specials featuring reactions from MTV personalities and other celebrities. During the rest of the day, MTV used to play excerpts from music videos in format during the of most programs, along with the address of a website to encourage the viewer to watch the full video online. 2013:• Shortly after the , which were streamed on MTV. And I think they stand up as part of his art, and I think that's true of the great artists today. The , which at the time was available only to homes in New Jersey, was ' "". Years later, Baker said, "The party line at MTV was that we weren't playing black music because of the research' — but the research was based on ignorance… We were young, we were cutting-edge. In the 2000s, as the channel reduced its airtime for music videos and eliminated much of its in-house programming, its annual summer-long events came to an end. " The channel's coverage featured numerous live performances from artists and bands on location. "Billie Jean" was not added to MTV's "medium rotation" playlist two to three airings per day until it reached No. Mullin, Benjamin May 31, 2018. The day of programming culminated in a three-hour celebratory live event called MTV20: Live and Almost Legal, which was hosted by and featured numerous guests from MTV's history, including the original VJs from 1981. Social activism [ ] In addition to its regular programming, MTV has a long history of promoting social, political, and environmental activism in young people. MTV used to also have MTV Hits and channels until these were converted into and MTV Jams, respectively. MTV's original head of talent and acquisition, Carolyn B. MTV Networks also operates , a channel that features original HD music programming and HD versions of music related programs from MTV, VH1 and CMT. The first country-music video on MTV was "" by , which first aired on MTV's premiere date. from the original on 2014-03-14. After pressure from the Music Video Production Association, MTV began listing the names of the videos' directors at the bottom of the credits by December 1992. To accommodate the influx of videos, MTV announced changes to its playlists in the November 3, 1984, issue of that took effect the next week. As programming chief, Robert W. In 2018, the MTV Networks on Campus group was sold by Viacom to to launch , but the digital cable channel remained to the public through digital cable. 1991—1997 [ ] Alternative is mainstream [ ] led a sweeping transition into the rise of and music on MTV in 1991, with their video for "". In May 2018, acquired 's MTV Networks on Campus; outlets associated with that service will be converted to carry , a new secondary feed which will stream content from the flagship financial-news streaming service and segments from Cheddar Big News to 9 million students on more than 600 campuses; universities which previously screened MTV Networks on Campus will continue to receive CheddarU at no cost in exchange for access to the campus the cable version of MTVU has continued under an form. 2004: - "" Best Video Woodie• During this time, MTV hired Nancy Bennett as Senior VP of creative and content development for MTV Networks Music. MTV also created an award show for Europe after the success of the Video Music Awards. One of many MTV used during the 1980s; this one was designed by. A newly created division of the company, MTV New Media, announced in 2008 that it would produce its own original web series, in an attempt to create a bridge between old and new media. Lois's first pitch to the network was roundly rejected when Lois insisted that rock stars like Mick Jagger should be crying when they said the tag line, not unlike his failed 'Maypo' revamp. This was the highest in the industry and the highest percentage ever. MTV launched on August 1, 1981, with an extended featuring the first landing on the moon with still images acquired directly from , which was a concept of Seibert's executed by and. And I wish there had been music videos in the heyday of the Beatles, and the Rolling Stones. 2012:• The channel instead aired its 30th anniversary celebrations on its sister networks and. Recent music programs [ ] MTV again resurrected the long-running series in 2009 with performances from acts such as and. Although it was filmed in the same Times Square studio where TRL used to be broadcast, the network stated that "the only thing the two shows have in common is the studio location. The show had no host, but most editorial content was pushed online by the show's and other social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter. In the fall of 1999, MTV announced a special Return of the Rock weekend, in which new rock acts received airtime, after which a compilation album was released. Pittman's boss, Warner executive vice president John Lack, had shepherded , a TV series created by -turned-solo-artist , whose attention has turned to the music video format in the late 1970s. Influence and controversies [ ] The channel has been a target of criticism by different groups about programming choices, social issues, , sensitivity, censorship, and a perceived negative on young people. '" Trademark suit [ ] , Hungary's public broadcaster who has a trademark on the initials MTV, registered with the Hungarian copyright office, sued the American MTV Music Television network for trademark infringement when the Hungarian version of the music channel was launched in 2007. MTV also held week-long music events that took over the presentation of the channel. By late 1991 going into 1992, MTV began frequently airing videos from their heavily promoted "", such as Nirvana, , , , , , , , , and. On June 24, 2019, it was announced that would be moving to ahead of the premiere of the third season. Alternative singers that were more pop-oriented were also added to the rotation with success, such as , , , and. In the 1980s, parent media watchdog groups such as the PMRC criticized MTV over certain music videos that were claimed to have explicit imagery of. The first round of these shows came with game shows such as , reality-based comedy shows such as , and late-night talk shows such as and. MTVU formerly co-sponsored the ecomagination Challenge with GE, which aimed to empower college students to solve environmental problems on campuses. 2008:• " Despite targeted efforts to play certain types of music videos in limited rotation, MTV greatly reduced its overall rotation of music videos by the mid-2000s. According to , Jackson's video for the song "Billie Jean" was "the video that broke the color barrier, even though the channel itself was responsible for erecting that barrier in the first place. 2010:• MTV drew heavy criticism for its coverage of Live 8. MTV celebrated its 20th anniversary on August 1, 2001, beginning with a 12-hour long retrospective called MTV20: Buggles to Bizkit, which featured over 100 classic videos played chronologically, hosted by various VJs in reproductions of MTV's old studios. This change was most likely made to reflect MTV's more prominent focus on reality and comedy programming and less on music-related programming. MTVU formerly stylized as MtvU and mtvU is an owned by the MTV Entertainment Group, a unit of the division of. In 1984, more record companies and artists began making video clips for their music, realizing the popularity of MTV and the growing medium. 2011:• Awards for students [ ] The online game was developed as part of an MTVU contest, and other coverage won MTVU two Emmys, including the 2006 Governors Award. The only constant aspects of MTV's logo at the time were its general shape and proportions, with everything else being dynamic. 2008: - "It Had to Be You"• The channel's programming focused on classic music videos and programming including notable episodes of MTV Unplugged and , but skews more towards the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. com put together a "yearbook" consisting of the greatest videos of each year from 1981 to 2006. Due to its success, MTV was invited back to produce another halftime show in 2004; this sparked a nationwide debate and controversy that drastically changed Super Bowl halftime shows, MTV's programming, and radio censorship. Examples from the 1990s and 2000s include All Access Week, a week in the summer dedicated to live concerts and festivals; Spankin' New Music Week, a week in the fall dedicated to brand new music videos; and week-long specials that culminated in a particular live event, such as Wanna be a VJ and the Video Music Awards. 2004: Soundtrack of My Life Woodie• However, much like the original logo, the new logo was designed to be filled in with a seemingly unlimited variety of images. 2008:• On-campus events included the Campus Invasion tour, featuring up-and-coming bands; the GAME0Rz Ball tour, which brings new video games to campus; and Tailgate Tour, which provides MTVU with a presence at campus tailgates. The channel originally aired and related programming as guided by television personalities known as or 'VJs'. All the commercials were produced by and his new company Buzzco Productions, directed first by and and eventually by Candy Kugel. Mark Goodman and Alan Hunter departed the network in 1987. The word "guido" is generally regarded as an when referring to Italians and Italian Americans. In 1989, MTV began to premiere music-based specials such as , an acoustic performance show, which has featured dozens of acts as its guests and has remained active in numerous iterations on various platforms for over 20 years. , the name of MTV's music video programming from 2009 to 2013 Music video programming returned to MTV in March 2009 as , an early morning block of music videos that originally aired from 3 am to 9 am on most weekdays. Danny Goldberg, chairman and CEO of Artemis Records, said the following about the art of music videos: "I know when I worked with Nirvana, Kurt Cobain cared as much about the videos as he did about the records. , , , , , , , , , , , , and were among the featured bands. I think they would've added to their creative contribution, not subtracted from it. In 2009, Disney Channel revived the D-TV concept with a new series of short-form segments called Re-Micks. 2015: EDM Effect Woodie• MTV aired similar one-hour live specials with music videos and news updates following the death of on February 11, 2012, and the death of of the on May 4, 2012. According to Nielsen, the average audience for the show was at its highest in 1999 and continued with strong numbers through 2001. The primary variant of MTV's logo at the time had the "M" in yellow and the "TV" in red. 2004: - ""• But unlike most television networks' logos at the time, the logo was constantly branded with different colors, patterns and images on a variety of station IDs. During the , Clay was in attendance where he confirmed that the channel lifted the ban. 2006: - "" Best Video Woodie - Live Action• In mid-2008, MTV premiered new music video programming blocks called and a weekly special event called FNMTV Premieres, hosted from Los Angeles by of the band , which was designed to premiere new music videos and have viewers provide instantaneous feedback. These new shows were just the beginning of new genres of shows to make an impact on MTV. First format evolution [ ] In 1985, bought , which owned MTV and , renaming the company and beginning this expansion. Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show [ ] Main article: After 's purchase of , MTV was selected to produce the in 2001, airing on and featuring , , and. This policy led MTV to ban music videos such as "" by in 1991 and "" by in 2004; however, the controversial band was among the most popular rock bands on MTV during the late 1990s and early 2000s. In 2007, MTV aired the reality show , chronicling MySpace sensation 's journey to find a companion. Main article: MTV received significant criticism from Italian American organizations for , which premiered in 2009. Until Viacom's main was upgraded in 2013, only the network's original series after 2010 with some pre-2010 content are broadcast in high definition, while music videos, despite being among the first television works to convert to high definition presentation in the early 2000s, were presented in 4:3 , forcing them into a type of presentation; since that time all music videos are presented in HD, and are framed to their director's preference. Nathaniel Brown, senior vice president of communications for MTV, confirmed that there were no plans for an on-air MTV celebration similar to the channel's 20th anniversary. 2007:• MTV Act focuses on a wide array of social issues, while Power of 12 was a replacement for MTV's Choose or Lose and focused on the. 2015:• The new logo was first used on MTV Films logo with the 2010 film. MTV HD logo As MTV expanded, music videos and VJ-guided programming were no longer the centerpiece of its programming. On April 21, 2016, MTV announced that new episodes will begin airing, as well as a new weekly performance series called Wonderland. It offered many specialized channels — one of which was "Sight on Sound", a music channel featuring concert footage and music-oriented programs where viewers could vote for their favorite songs and artists. Currently, MTVU plays a mix of music videos with an emphasis on emerging artists and short interestistial segments focusing on college life. " slogan, changed to read "I Am My MTV". On June 25, 2015, MTV International rebranded its on-air look with a new and -inspired graphics package. Videos were also shown from , , , and others. 2005:• " However, critics of that defense pointed out that record companies were not funding videos for black artists because they knew they would have difficulty persuading MTV to play them. Shortly after its debut, the show was slightly retooled as it dropped co-host Julie Alexandria but kept fellow co-host ; the Saturday recap show was eliminated as well. Hip Hip POV lasted several episodes before going on hiatus. com, transforming the entire site into a video-based entity. As the format of the network continued to evolve, more genres of shows began to appear. Other programs at the time included , BeatSuite, and blocks of music videos hosted by VJs simply called Music Television. They had won the Streaming Woodie award for "" at the first ceremony in 2004. The vast majority of providers carry MTV HD. As the PBS series explored, MTV was a driving force that catapulted music videos to a mainstream audience, turning music videos into an art form as well as a marketing machine that became beneficial to artists. Prior to launch, the network was first tested on December 1, 1977, as Sight on Sound. Despite these programs not being music video-based, all three shows were still largely based around the world of music. MTV worked with 's "" campaign, designed to encourage young people to vote. See also: , and Ideas for began in the 1960s. 2013:• It's required us to reinvent ourselves to a contemporary audience. In 2012, returned with a revolving door of new hosts per episode. " Prior to the series debut, formally requested that MTV cancel the show. Also at this time, MTV began promoting new acts, most successfully and , and acts such as , , and. One special show covered the , airing programs focused on the issues and opinions of young people, including a program where viewers could ask questions of Senator. The featured artist was rapper and the show debuted both on MTV and MTV2. The VJs were hired to fit certain demographics the channel was trying to obtain: Goodman was the affable everyman; Hunter, the popular jock; Jackson, the hip radio veteran; Blackwood, the bombshell vixen; and Quinn, the girl next door. " Regardless of the timeline, many black artists had their videos played in "heavy" rotation the following year 1984 , including , , , , , , Lionel Richie, , Rockwell, the , the Jacksons, , and Deniece Williams. The channel also began showing presidential campaign commercials for the first time during the. For many years from the 1980s to the 2000s, the channel upheld a tradition of having a band perform a at midnight immediately following the beginning of the new year. The specials usually begin at 7:53 pm. 2004: - "A Decade Under the Influence" The Silent But Deadly Woodie• Despite the loss of certain advertisers, MTV did not cancel the show. MTV Classic only retained three original VH1 Classic programs, which were , , and , although repeats of current and former VH1 programs such as and remained on the schedule. MTV's influence on dance as well as music has carried through to this day. MTV also formerly broadcast on campuses at various universities until 2018, when the MTV Networks on Campus division was sold, and the channel remained as a digital cable channel only. The controversy was due in large part to the manner in which MTV marketed the show, as it liberally used the word "" to describe the cast members. 2014:• The purpose of the online channel was to air commercial-free music videos once the television channels started concentrating on shows unrelated to music videos or music-related programming. Popular New York DJ was going to be a VJ, but decided against it at the last minute. com and heavily used the MTV Overdrive features, MTV introduced a massive change for MTV. Please help by or any relevant information, and removing excessive detail that may be against. — Get Off the Air" was released on their 1985 album , just as MTV's influence over the music industry was being solidified. 2013:• In April 2016, then-appointed MTV president Sean Atkins announced plans to restore music programming to the channel. Meanwhile, spin-offs from Jersey Shore such as and were produced. The 2008 awards had a huge fan voting for the Best Music On Campus award, where The Bride Wore Black won the award and Chasing Arrows came in right behind. Occasionally the screen went black when an employee at MTV inserted a tape into a. Rock legend also questioned MTV's lack of black artists during an on-air interview with VJ in 1983. Between 1998 and 1999, MTV's musical content composed heavily of videos of boy bands such as the Backstreet Boys and NSYNC, girl groups such as the Spice Girls, and teen pop "princesses" such as , , , and. 1983 was the first film whose promoters supplied MTV with musical segments as music videos, which the channel included in its regular rotation. A spin-off series from A Shot at Love, titled , followed a similar pursuit from previous A Shot at Love contestant Domenico Nesci. The experiment began in April 2005 as MTV Overdrive, a streaming video service that supplemented the regular MTV. In 2009, MTV aired 's second program with the channel, , and the show , based at the. from the original on 2009-02-02. Further information: MTV had debuted in 1986, a daily top 10 music video countdown show for which viewers could call the 1-800-DIAL-MTV to request a music video. It is used worldwide, but not everywhere existentially. 2009: Jamie Tworkowski Road Woodie• The series came to an end with a special finale episode, Total Finale Live, which aired November 16, 2008, and featured hosts and guests that previously appeared on the show. Five years later, on August 1, 2006, MTV celebrated its 25th anniversary. Although the channel has gone on to debut many other animated shows, few of MTV's other cartoon series have been renewed for additional seasons, regardless of their reception. Post- TRL live shows [ ] MTV launched a live talk show, , on June 15, 2009. 2005: - ""• The success of Newlyweds was followed in June 2004 by , which documented the beginnings of the music career of , Jessica Simpson's younger sister. The statuettes that are handed out at the Video Music Awards are of the MTV moonman, the channel's original image from its first broadcast in 1981. " Subsequent recipients included , , and. Elect This [ ] In 2016, MTV continued its pro-democracy campaign with Elect This, an issue-oriented look at the targeting Millennials. These segments appeared to air live and debut on MTV , but the they were pre-taped within a regular work week at MTV's studios. 2004: - ""• One promotion stated that the show was to follow, "eight of the hottest, tannest, craziest Guidos," while yet another advertisement stated, " Jersey Shore exposes one of the tri-state area's most misunderstood species. com, visitors could watch the very first hour of MTV, including airing the original promos and commercials from , , gum, and. Miller is credited as MTV's first technical director at its New York City-based network operations facility. Presently, MTV airs sporadic live specials called MTV First. Later renamed simply Friday Night, the program ran from 1983 to 2002. As with the original version of the series that ran from 1993 to 1997, the modern-day Beavis and Butt-head featured segments in which its main characters watch and satirize music videos, as well as the newer addition of reality TV shows such as. Prince's "" joined both videos in heavy rotation at the end of April. The experiment ended in February 2006 as MTV. As the decade progressed, MTV continued to play some music videos instead of relegating them exclusively to its , but nevertheless began to air the videos only in the early morning hours or in a condensed form on. In 2018, MTV launched a new production unit under the "MTV Studios" name focused on producing new versions of MTV's library shows. from the original on March 14, 2010.。 。

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