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Submitted by: Swaywithme 3 years ago Funny

MTV? Why don"t you air music videos anymore?...Now I have the sad :(
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Male 261
ha ha. If that dude really is the head of MTV, I`m gonna start watching MTV again.
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Male 321
Zis is da repost.
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Female 2,509
"Why doesn`t TLC have anything actually educational on it anymore?"

Why doesn`t History Channel have anything actually historical on it anymore?
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Female 2,509
MTV hasn`t played music vids way before this gen. Hell, I was the original vid gen and it wasnt too many years after that people were wondering WTF with MTV.
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Male 102
My god, IAB. If I wanted ancient memes I`d watch Tosh.0.
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Female 61
@Keith2, you`re way too young to remember when MTV was great. I`m talking before Yo MTV Raps. I don`t know how anyone in their `mid 20s` would even know what MTV really was.
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Male 37,888

The best bit of the `80s was MTV. It was new, revolutionary. VJs were superstars. No one said "have you heard..." they asked "Did you see the B52s new video?"

It was an awesome time.
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Male 339
If she`s in her mid 20s, I think the last time they played music videos on MTV was when she was approximately age 5.
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Female 1,803
Why doesn`t TLC have anything actually educational on it anymore?
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Male 2,592
I hated MTV and VH1 back then as much as I still do today. They can play static all day. Don`t care.
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Male 355
All i am saying is
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Male 3,842
How sexist...the Head of MTV Programming is a woman named Susanne Daniels.

(PS - I`m KIDDING about the sexism, it`s just a joke.)
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Male 313
Mid-20s? She wouldn`t know about music videos on MTV.
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Male 3,909
He`s right about the different direction they`ve taken because back in the day musicians NEEDED record labels in order to become successful (financially). Back in the day the only way to get exposure was to be on the radio & MTV, not so much now thanks to social media. More & more bands take the DIY approach now because, while it does come out of our pockets at first, once you start selling albums, tickets & other merch that money is yours, there`s no record company taking their cut.

With a little bit of technical know-how and relatively inexpensive software you can record an album using a PC or laptop. If you know how to produce and have access to a mixing board you can also do that yourself, or have someone you know do it so you don`t have to pay much for that either.

The sh*t he says about "stealing music" is pretty much just that, sh*t.
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Female 3,696
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