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Where Are MTV’s Most Popular VJs Now?
Where Are MTV’s Most Popular VJs Now?
On August 1, 1981, television and music shacked up on a little cable channel called MTV, hosted by a collective of video jockeys or "VJs." MTV has been through countless iterations and format changes ever since and as it shifted its focus to reality fare like 'Jersey Shore' and 'Teen Mom' in recent years, the VJs became less instrumental to the channel's brand. As MTV turns 30 today, l .
Watch Stars Like Coolio Discuss the Internet on MTV in 1995 [VIDEO]
Watch Stars Like Coolio Discuss the Internet on MTV in 1995 [VIDEO]
When something is so entrenched in our daily lives, it's often hard to remember a time when it wasn't ubiquitous. Such was the internet in 1995. In this archival clip from MTV -- which celebrates its 30th birthday on August 1st -- Kurt Loder gives us a primer on what exactly the internet is and how it's being used, with stars like Sandra Bullock, Dave Matthews and Coolio weighing in.
Watch a Preview of MTV’s New ‘Beavis and Butt-head’ Season [VIDEO]
Watch a Preview of MTV’s New ‘Beavis and Butt-head’ Season [VIDEO]
Earlier this year, MTV announced that 'Beavis and Butt-Head,' one of MTV's flagship shows during the 1990s, would be returning -- and fans rejoiced. Attendees at Comic-Con got a preview of upcoming episodes yesterday, introduced by creator Mike Judge, and it seems the iconic adolescents haven't aged a bit.. The only difference seems to be the material on which they snark while watching TV -- inste