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Should MTV Drop the M in MTV?


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VIBE:  Mar/28/2005

MTV’s pop revolution has turned music into an afterthought

By Jim Farber  | Knight Ridder

More than two decades have passed since MTV ushered in a new era of glitz, hype and art by kicking off with that Buggles song, a tune that foretold the murder of music as we knew it at the hands of the new video god.

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“There’s a complaint you hear all the time from managers and labels that MTV just doesn’t play music anymore,” says one well-connected industry observer who didn’t want to be identified for fear of riling the network. “Everyone wonders how it got to thi

http://www.southend.wayne.edu/modules/news...hp?storyid=1191

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I mentioned that a while back in some thread. The M should go

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--Trendy bullshit "reality" shows featuring retarded teens and 20 somethings squabbling their lives away

--A show called "Total Request Live" where teens and 20 somethings request bullshit manufatured music because they're under fire from an intense bullshit music campaign from the industry.

--They have a show called Jackass

Yep, the M needs to go........and maybe the T and the V too.

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yeah mtv completely sucks ass now adays, the only thing i watch on it is viva la bam.

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That's why there's Mtv2.

I actually do watch every week. There have been some programming glitches as of late. But I'll still tune in.

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I watch VH1C :bigsmile:

I love that channel!! But I can't watch it at home, my cable doesn't have that channel on it :( . I do get to watch it at a friend's house when I dog sit for her!!

And the M should go.

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VH1C is "IT" right now for music tv programming, actually it has been since it came on the air. I love the diversity it brings, Metal Mania, Tuesday Two Play and many more shows that I love to watch. When was the last time you saw a Vanilla Fudge video on MTV? you probably never have..........lol

Oh, and by the way, drop the whole thing....not just the M.

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