Latest Criticism of MTV Stories
WASHINGTON, March 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today at the White House Conference on Bullying Prevention, MTV announced it will premiere an original TV movie based on the tragic, true-life story of Abraham Biggs.
NEW YORK, Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- MTV will provide lights, cameras and plenty of Hollywood action as the network today announced that the 2010 "MTV Movie Awards" and "MTV Video Music Awards" will both air LIVE from Los Angeles this year.
MTV says it will celebrate its 28th birthday by airing three new tribute shows Saturday about the late U.S. pop icon Michael Jackson. Viewers will see a mix of interviews, music videos and more about the artist throughout the day, the network said in a news release.
NEW YORK, July 31 /PRNewswire/ -- On Saturday, August 1st, MTV will celebrate its 28th birthday by giving Michael Jackson fans the ultimate present -- three all-new tribute shows about the pop superstar.
By TONY RIAZZI BUT I DO LOVE "ROB & BIG" When watching an episode of "Next" I am usually zoned in, completely and totally engrossed. And trying to follow the intricate plot of a real life, characterdriven drama like "The Hills" is hard enough without background music.
NEW YORK, July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Do you watch MTV and ever wonder what that song was you just heard? MTV plays roughly 1500 music cues in its programming each week, not including music videos or performances -- and is now giving fans an easy, new way to discover all that music.
By Blake Hannon, St. Joseph News-Press, Mo. Jul. 4--I've already ranted about my MTV frustration on my News-Press blog, so the 13 people who read it (my dad and whoever he forwarded it to. He's so proud.) may be wondering why I am continuing this issue further.
By Jeffrey Goldfarb LISBON (Reuters) - Music videos were stifled by the downloading that crippled record companies, but they have found new life in the past year on the Internet, mobile phones and DVDs, and are helping rescue the ailing music industry.
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