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Before 1987, MTV featured almost exclusively music videos, but as time passed, they introduced a variety of other shows, including some that were originally intended for other channels. 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. Some musicians who proceeded to experiment with electronica were still played on MTV including , , , , and. This had a follow-up show after the first season titled , which follows some of the teens through the first stages with their newborns. " Andrew Goodwin later wrote, "[MTV] denied racism, on the grounds that it merely followed the rules of the rock business. After MTV's launch, the "moon landing" ID was edited to show only its ending, and was shown at the top of every hour until early 1986, when the ID was scrapped in light of the. Around this time, MTV also introduced a fashion news show, ; a dance show, ; and a game show,. Movies. The animated series returned to MTV in October 2011, with new episodes. The channel followed up with a similar television premiere of MTV Unplugged with on April 8, 2012. 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. During Christmas 2011, MTV Czech celebrated the Holidays with themed programming and mainly aired music videos related to Christmas. On 29 November 2010, MTV Czech celebrated its first year of broadcast with special party-themed videos, which were featured in between shows and focused around a group of young people at a party, along with the moderators of MTV Czech. History [ ]• 2006—2009 Euro Top 20 See also [ ]• , 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. " It's On was cancelled in December of the same year, which again eliminated the only live in-studio programming from MTV's schedule, just one year after TRL was also cancelled. On 17 February 2011, it was reported that Lady Gaga's video to "" will debut on the channel on 24 February in a 'World Exclusive' television premiere, but this did not happen, as the release date was officially postponed to 28 February The video debuted on MTV Czech at 19:01 CET local time, Monday, making it still the first TV channel in the world to broadcast the video because of time zone differences. MTV announced plans to re-enter the late-night comedy space in 2012, with , an unscripted series by comedians and. [ ] A year later, in 1998, MTV merged Total Request and MTV Live into a live daily top 10 countdown show, , which became known as TRL. In 2005, the PTC released a study titled "MTV Smut Peddlers", which sought to expose excessive sexual, profane, and violent content on the channel, based on MTV's spring break programming from 2004. 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. MTV was not the only channel run by Warner-Amex to be first tested before its launch; sister channel was also first tested as Channel C-3, which only broadcasts the series , before the channel was officially launched in 1979. They include similar characters, along with a tiger, that have been present in bumpers used for Valentine's Day. has suggested that the slogan change represents "the current generation's movement towards self-examination, identity politics and apparent narcissism. The handover and the whole changing process was advertised with the name of "MTV Regeneration". was used from Summer 2010 till September 30, 2011. The program used music cuts, both from current and past artists. All the commercials were produced by and his new company Buzzco Productions, directed first by and and eventually by Candy Kugel. 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. September 2020 Music series [ ]• A band promoted by Korn, , received airtime for their cover of 's "", which became a hit. The channel also began showing presidential campaign commercials for the first time during the. On 15 February 2012, MTV commemorated the death of and paid tribute to the singer by airing blocks of her music videos throughout the day, a 5-minute segment about her tragic death, a special bumper and running text at the bottom of the screen, a crawler, which stated the following: "We are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of Whitney Houston, who died on Saturday in Los Angeles at age of 48. Recent comedy and drama programs [ ] The channel expanded its programming focus in late 2000s and early 2010s to include more scripted programs. On 23 March MTV Czech officially started promoting the series premiere using the same teasers that have aired in the U. Footage from these events was later shown in "Backstage". This has led to criticism, with opining that "MTV serves as the main youth outreach program. Electronica [ ] By 1997, MTV focused heavily on introducing acts into the mainstream, adding them to its musical rotation, including , , , , , , , and. At the start of 2017, it was reprogrammed into an all-video network. Before its abrupt cancellation in 1995, it featured several hosts including and. The show was replaced by MTV Most Wanted in 1991, which ran until 1996, and later saw a spiritual successor in Total Request Live. A spin-off series from A Shot at Love, titled , followed a similar pursuit from previous A Shot at Love contestant Domenico Nesci. These animated messages were only 1 to 3 seconds long and involved Beavis and Butt-head randomly appearing on the screen, usually beating each other. Live 8 preceded the and the 20th anniversary of Live Aid. " The network's director of music programming, Buzz Brindle, told an interviewer in 2006, "MTV was originally designed to be a rock music channel. And for 1984's ID "Art History", the logo is shown in different art styles. 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. Further in 2006 the relaunch of a pan-European MTV channel '' and in September 2005 the launch of , and resulted in the MTV Nordic ceasing as a brand. Along with , , , other black artists such as Billy Ocean, , Tina Turner, Lionel Richie, Ray Parker Jr, Rockwell, The Pointer Sisters, The Jacksons, Sheila E and Deniece Williams all had videos played in heavy rotation on MTV. Eight years later, on July 31, 2011, 120 Minutes was resurrected with taking over hosting duties once again and airing monthly on MTV2. The playlist categories would be expanded to seven, from three light, medium, heavy ; including New, Light, Breakout, Medium, Active, Heavy and Power. Even though in other aspects, MTV was provocative, they had this campaign to showcase their positive influence on youths and safe sex — a campaign that still is alive today: "". Wishlist - current music viewers can vote on each week through the MTV website News series [ ]• 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. Alternative Nation Past Presenters [ ]• On 14 March 2011, MTV Czech debuted a new music video from Czech band in a 7-day exclusive premiere, showing support also for Czech artists. 1986 also brought the departures of three of the five original VJs, as J. These guests included musicians such as , , , and of , ; and comedians such as , , , and ; as they chose their favorite music videos. By February 2013, MTV Czech began dropping its current on-air branding and adopting parts of the branding of MTV US. Contents• MTV Czech mostly played current music videos or videos from the past few years, although occasionally it aired older videos from the early 2000s and mid to late 1990s. In late November 2013 CME announced it will not renew its current licence with MTV Networks for operating the channel and MTV brand in the Czech and Slovak market due to increased debts and will hand over the licence back to Viacom. Caged premiered on 14 May 2012. " Writers Craig Marks and Rob Tannenbaum noted that the channel "aired videos by plenty of white artists who didn't play rock. MTV was experimenting at the time with new ideas for music programs to replace the purpose of TRL but with a new format. MTV created four shows in the late 1990s that centered on music videos: , , , and. Examples from the late 1990s and early-mid 2000s include sketch-based comedies such as and , as well as soap operas such as and. Pittman's boss Warner-Amex executive vice president John Lack had shepherded , a television series created by former -turned solo artist , whose attention had turned to the music video format in the late 1970s. The Christmas-centred programming lasted from 24 December 2011 to 1 January 2012. Rock bands and performers of the 1980s who had airplay on MTV ranged from to or such as , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and. - music block of rock music, formerly titled 'MTV Rock Chart'• In response, MTV president Van Toeffler stated that he wanted to broadcast highlights from every venue of Live 8 on MTV and VH1, and clarified that network hosts talked over performances only in transition to commercials, informative segments or other musical performances. - live performances• Building on the success of The Real World and Road Rules, MTV placed a stronger focus on reality shows and related series at this time. The original slogans of the channel were "You'll never look at music the same way again", and "On cable. com" in 1993 with the idea of being MTV's unofficial new voice on the Internet. It served as a counterpart to the portal for MTV content, which existed at AOL keyword MTV until approximately the end of the 1990s. It was also one of the few widescreen MTV channels in the world, at the time of its existence. The QUBE system offered many specialized channels. Party Zone - classic programming, playlist put together by different local DJ's or MTV each week• A majority of the rap artists appearing on MTV in the mid-1980s such as , , , , and the were from the. "But the research was based on ignorance. The program aired at various times between 1984 and 1999. In 2012, returned with a revolving door of new hosts per episode. 4 million viewers for its original July 2 broadcast of Live 8. The channel tried its hand again at live programming with the premiere of a half-hour program called The Seven in September 2010. became the new and ongoing host. Alternative singers that were more pop-oriented were also added to the rotation with success, such as , , , and. " However, critics of that defense pointed out that record companies were not funding videos for black artists because they knew that they would have difficulty persuading MTV to play them. The group ended up being caught in the midst of an attack outside of the hotel and were subsequently flown out of the country. In 1984, more record companies and artists began making video clips for their music than in the past, realizing the popularity of MTV and the growing medium. Some within the music industry criticized what they saw as MTV's homogenization of rock 'n' roll, including the punk band the , whose song "M. On 1 January 2014, started broadcasting again in Czech Republic and Slovakia. As the format of the network continued to evolve, more genres of shows began to appear. Portions of the content of MTV's programs and productions have come under controversy in the general news media and among that have taken offense. The first country-music video aired on MTV was "" by , which first aired on MTV's premiere date. MTV GO! The original programming format of MTV was created by media executive , who later became president and chief executive officer CEO of MTV Networks. Main article: In 1997, MTV introduced its new studios in. MTV starts its next scheduled program at 8:00 pm, while the interview and chat with fans continues on MTV. Meanwhile, some rock bands that were not receiving MTV support, such as and , continued to sell albums. The channel is exclusive to the digital terrestrial television network available in the majority of Italian homes. In Love With MTV - music block of love themed music• MTV also welcomed to its lineup in October 2008, with the launch of her new reality series,. became the inaugural honoree of the "" award, "an annual recognition of artists who have made significant contributions to music, music video and pop culture while tremendously impacting the. Along with , MTV broadcast the concerts, a series of concerts set in the states and South Africa, on July 2, 2005. " while giving an acceptance speech at the. 1997—2008 [ ] Teen pop [ ] In late 1997, MTV began shifting more progressively towards music, inspired by the overseas success of the , the , and in Europe. " MTV senior executive vice president complained decades later, "The worst thing was that 'racism' bullshit. In 1985, MTV saw the introduction of its first true sister channel, , which was originally an acronym for "Video Hits One" and was designed to play music videos. [ ] Shortly after TBS began Night Tracks, launched a music video program called , which was considered network television's answer to MTV. Fresh-faced young men and women were hired to host the channel's programming and to introduce music videos that were being played. 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. Few artists made the long trip to New Zealand to appear live. On June 13, 2015, Italian newspaper anticipated the purchase of channel 8 occupied by MTV. The channel also aired a new show around this time titled , which documented the lives of teenagers expecting babies. 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. As programming chief, Robert W. MTV was also the major influence on the growth of music videos during the 1980s. The host of the program, , was described as a "younger, more " version of. MTV's rebranding was overseen by Popkern. The third was , launched in June 2006 and targeted toward Korean Americans. The animation showcase a co-production between and MTV produced in San Francisco by was one of the channel's first programs to focus on the medium. MTV Czech broadcast weekly on average over 100 hours of pure music content, including various blocks, making it the only MTV channel in the world to do so, alongside. On 1 May 2011, MTV Czech removed the one-hour music block "MTV Basechart" from its programming, most probably due to lower ratings. The show went on to become one of the network's biggest-ever successes and was also recognized for the Osbourne family members' heavy use of profanity, which MTV censored for broadcast. The experiment ended in February 2006 as MTV. In addition to learning the lyrics, fans also learned his choreography so they could dance along. MTV itself only mentioned the anniversary once on. It began in 2003 and ran for four seasons, ending in early 2005; the couple later divorced. TOP 20 - various artists and their top 20 commercial hits• MTV - short weekly highlights of current theatrical releases Documentary series [ ]• The select few who were in MTV's rotation were , , , , , , and. The show was supposed to return in Fall 2012, but was moved to MTV2 instead, where it was rebranded and merged with Countdown. The show became so successful it spawned its own Most Wanted spinoff titled Most Wanted Jams. MTV also aired several special bumpers, similar to those of 2010. " Decline in music videos [ ] From 1995 to 2000, MTV played 36. Before 1983, Michael Jackson also struggled to receive airtime on MTV. there were hardly any videos being made by black artists. However, unlike past Unplugged specials, these new recordings usually only aired in their entirety on MTV's website, MTV. Beyond MTV [ ] Since its launch in 1981, the brand "MTV" has expanded to include many additional properties beyond the original MTV channel, including a variety of sister channels in the US, dozens of affiliated channels around the world, and an Internet presence through MTV. From 1998 to 2003, MTV also aired several other music video programs from its studios. In mid-June, MTV rolled out a set of new summer idents by company "123 Klan". The inspiration for PopClips came from a similar program on New Zealand's network named , which premiered in 1976. The VJs were hired to fit certain demographics the channel was trying to obtain Goodman was the affable every man, Hunter the popular jock, Jackson the hip radio veteran, Blackwood the bombshell vixen and Quinn the girl next door. MTV was originally first tested on December 1, 1977 as Sight on Sound, but was officially launched in 1981, and originally aired as guided by television personalities known as "" VJs , but in the years since its inception, the network significantly toned down its focus on music in favor of original programming targeting youths and young adults. The 1983 film was the first film in which its promoters excerpted musical segments from it and supplied them to MTV as music videos, which the channel then aired in regular rotation. On 11 March 2011, MTV Czech, along with some other MTV channels around the world, debuted the music video to of in an exclusive premiere. 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. Over the next few years, more hit alternative rock acts were on heavy rotation, such as , , , , , , , , and. com, as its primary destination for music videos, but this strategy was abandoned. " The facts that at the time rock music fans were less materialistic, and bought less music based on television suggestion, were cited as reasons that MTV abandoned its once core music. Following Jackson's and Prince's breakthroughs on MTV, Rick James did several interviews where he brushed off the accomplishment as , saying in a 1983 interview that was featured in an episode of on James, that "any black artist that [had] their video played on MTV should pull their [videos] off MTV. The Specials, which had an integrated lineup of black and white vocalists and musicians, were also the first people of color to perform on MTV, and the music video for their song "Rat Race" was played as the 58th video on the station's first day of broadcasting. "MTV has paved the way for a host of invaders from abroad: Def Leppard, Adam Ant, Madness, Eurythmics, the Fixx and Billy Idol, to name a few. 2004- Spanking New, Axl Meets, MTV News, MTV At The Festivals,• " He also blamed the Pink Floyd interruption on a mandatory cable affiliate break. At the end of August, "" by Donna Summer was in heavy rotation on the channel. [ ] Milestones and specials [ ] Around 1999 through 2001, as MTV aired fewer music videos throughout the day, it regularly aired compilation specials from its then 20-year history to look back on its roots. At the end of each year, MTV takes advantage of its home location in New York City to broadcast live coverage on New Year's Eve in. 1995—1998 MTV Amour, Hangin' Out, MTV Summer Festivals, MTV Beach House• MTV: New• com for another 30 to 60 minutes. Then, upon the release of Korn's album , MTV began playing their videos "" and "". According to Nielsen, the average audience for the show was at its highest in 1999 and continued with strong numbers through 2001. Pop punk band received regular airtime on MTV at this time, due in large part to their "" video that made fun of the boy bands that MTV was airing at the time. The event was open also for the public. The original five MTV VJs in 1981 were , , , and. MTV Czech produced also several bumpers of its own and headed out to all of the major summer festivals and events. " But change was not immediate. MTV's effect was immediate in areas where the new music video channel was carried. In 2005 and 2006, MTV launched a series of channels for Asian Americans. Main article: In the wake of controversy that involved a child burning down his house after allegedly watching Beavis and Butt-head, MTV moved the show from its original 7 p. See also: , and Several earlier concepts for had been around since the early 1960s. These segments involved different topics each week somehow related to the programming of MTV in the Czech Republic. In July 2017, it was announced that would be returning to the network on October 2, 2017. MTV positioned its website, MTV. From 9 to 14 February 2012 MTV celebrated Valentine's Day with several new bumpers depicting love between two animated characters. com reverted to a traditional -based website design with embedded video clips, in the style of YouTube and some other video-based websites. Contents• Today, MTV's programming covers a wide variety of genres and formats aimed primarily at and. Many VJs eventually became celebrities in their own right. Sister channels [ ] MTV has 6 sister channels: , , , , and. PTC urged advertisers to withdraw sponsorship of those programs, whose videos PTC stated targeted children and teenagers containing adult content. Production ended on The Osbournes in November 2004. In mid-October MTV Czech started using several other headlines, along with the new slogan, in short 5-second bumpers. These programs included , a game show hosted by. The first music video ever played was by. com and heavily utilized the MTV Overdrive features, MTV introduced a massive change for MTV. 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. Further information: In a continuing bid to become a more diverse network focusing on youth and culture as well as music, MTV added animated shows to its lineup in the early 1990s. 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. In 2018, MTV launched a new production unit under the "MTV Studios" name focused on producing new versions of MTV's library shows. MTV also aired Hot Zone, hosted by , which featured pop music videos during the midday time period. Moreover, the show saw its audience increase from its premiere in 2009, and continued to place as MTV's top-rated programs during Jersey Shore's six-season run, ending in 2012. These sponsors included , , and. All three of these channels ceased broadcasting on April 30, 2007. Despite its cancellation on MTV, a weekly countdown of hip hop videos known as Sucker Free still airs on MTV2 through the present day. The oldest music video to air during the week was by British pop duo• MTV Gold was also rebranded as. In the final week of March, it was in "heavy rotation", one week before the MTV debut of Jackson's "" video. The concept was reintroduced as in 2000, which became in 2006 and was cancelled in 2008, after briefly celebrating the 20th anniversary of Yo! The success of Newlyweds was followed in June 2004 by , which documented the beginnings of the music career of , Jessica Simpson's younger sister. Nevertheless, short clips of the specials were shown on MTV during the AMTV block of music videos in the early morning hours. Some extensive edits were noted by series creator after compiling his , saying that "some of those episodes may not even exist actually in their original form. Prince's "" joined both videos in heavy rotation at the end of April. Another recent reality program is MTV's Hired, which follows the employment interviewing process; candidates meet with career coach from and at the end of each episode one candidate lands the job of their dreams. MTV also created an award show for Europe after the success of the Video Music Awards. Other programs at the time included , BeatSuite, and blocks of music videos hosted by VJs simply called Music Television. In the summer of 2012, MTV launched a music discovery web site called the also known as Artists. Based in New York City, it serves as the property of the division of , also headquartered in New York City. A 24-hour network aimed at viewers in the Nordic countries and other European territories. The show featured hosted commentary on the headlines in hip hop culture, providing opinions on new music, granting insider access to major events, and including artist interviews. These messages overlay the channel's logo and on-air graphics and have been used exclusively in the past only on throughout October 2011 to highlight the series premiere.。 。 。 。 。 。

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