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Fresh update on "mtv" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"Has more on that. Both Lake Huron and Lake Michigan set record high water levels for the month of July, while Lake Superior isn't expected to peak until next month. Lake ST Clair Erie and Ontario. Also levels dropped last month. And while that's good news, the US Army Corps of Engineers says those who live along the shoreline should prepare for similar flooding conditions as last fall this year. All Lakes, typically CIA drop in water levels in the fall, and that is anticipated this year as well. Jackie Page W W J News Radio 9 50 W W. J NEWS Time. 207 It's an effort to help you help businesses in downtown Royal oak. There's WW James Brooke Allen, and that is by offering free parking in all downtown structures and garages in Royal Oak through August 31st and those parking structures include the North Lafayette parking structure. Also the South Lafayette parking structure, along with the Center Street garage and the 11 mile road parking garage and keep in mind as you visit downtown Royal Oak. Facial coverings and social distancing are required. Brooke Allen W. W. J. NewsRadio 9 15 Group of Mom's marched in mid Michigan yesterday to support other mothers who have lost loved ones to gun violence. Reporter Blake Keller is with WMD. MTV in 2012. Masson, Marcus.
MTV Video Music Awards Moving Performances From Barclays Center To Outdoor Venues in New York
"MTV says it is ditching plans for indoor performances for upcoming video Music awards Instead, MTV is opting for outdoor shows spread throughout New York City in accordance with local and state guidelines. The ceremony Bastos new rewards of a focused on live performances and music videos created at home during the
Fresh update on "mtv" discussed on Online Trading Academy Radio
"Patterson. You like Huey Lewis and the news? This is Oh, where to begin where to begin, but a lot of stuff to get Teo. You guys seen Adele? Yeah, I saw that. Yes, I don't even I would never recognize her as she was sitting at a restaurant at the next table. I residing for her. Yeah. I mean, she looks amazing. She but honestly. It's her. She's got long. Kind of spiral perm e hair. No makeup, no male makeup. Just gorgeous. She's just she just looks like a completely different person would love that. I know you could kind of go incognita everywhere. Just throw on some shades on, but she had put out an instagram post about Beyonce's new visual album, Black is King, which you could watch on Disney. Plus right now on DH. She's like one of the biggest Beyonce a fans. So she was just kind of given props to that, she said. Thank you, queen for always making us all feel so loved through your art. Okay. I watched this whole thing into parts. How long is it? I don't know. Two hours under amazing, Alexis said, Yeah, it might not be for everyone, especially if you're not going to, like, Sit there and like, really watch it. I actually watched it for fear of missing out because I'm not a huge Beyonce fan. I don't get it. I feel like she's I can't even say she's overrated. I'd usually just isn't It's not my kind of Music. However, there's some really good music in this project. I'm so here's Here's what it felt like to me. First of all, extremely creative. She is amazingly talented. This is I mean, some might call this a masterpiece. There's It's kind of like a love letter Teo, the black community. It. It felt like There. It felt like a fashion show more to me than anything with a lot of really cool music on She's got poetry. She's got music. She's got fashion a lot of inspiration. It felt like a really long form Music video. It felt like maybe 13 different music video. Oh, and although it's got kind of a lion king Relation parallel to some extent. It felt a little disjointed to me. It didn't feel like it had a beginning a middle and an end the way I kind of wanted it to like. It felt like here's a video. Now. Here's another video that might not be related to the last one. But I could just be missing the point. You know what I mean? Sure. Yeah, well, it's I mean, it's certainly if you're doing like a visual album. You know, some people are into that Some people are you know it's it's but like you mentioned it's art, and I'm sure there will be there will be folks who've you It's like you said, as ah as a masterpiece, and just like with any art. Someone else might walk by that and be like I didn't quite land for me or didn't hold my hand The way I thought it would. I mean, honestly, you watch it in your mouth is open. You're like, Oh, my God. What's going to happen next? Everybody looks so beautiful and Shiny and the fashion is unbelievable. It is like off the charts. That was my favorite part of the whole thing. And there's a lot of amazing messaging regarding The beauty of being black. There's a lot of she gets into how you're not quite African because you're Legacy is stolen from you, and you're not quite American because you're not allowed to be. And so there's a lot of that social messaging in there, and I think she A lot of research over the years and was using you know black artists to incorporate. Into her story telling, But I mean, there's cameos. Naomi Campbell, Jay Z. I think I saw Forell in there. Kelly Rowlands, and they're blue Ivy makes an appearance. But it was The The The cynical side of me is wants to say it felt a little self indulgent. Okay, Okay. You know, like it reminds me of that was at the MTV Music Awards or the Grammys. Where she was lying on that, remember, she was pragmatic. Gosh, that was so incredible. Yeah, yeah. Like golden throne. Er Yeah. When she was in those pregnancy pictures. Yes. It just felt a little like I'm believing all the house. So Beyonce's through it, all right. She's she's in virtually the whole thing. The whole thing she must have had on 100 different outfits, too. But this looks like it would have been so. Difficulty to shoot and she directed it. Yes, yes do that. I've always been amazed by that. It's it's really this would be a cool show. On Broadway, which I wouldn't put out of the realm of policy. That's a great idea alive, right? I mean, but it would be hard to pull off from what I'm looking at. It looks like it would be, but It's pretty incredible. It's It's a really great visual. Achievement. That's that's how I could wrap it up and you get like rap music, gospel music on She sings a lullaby at Towards the end that I just loved On and it kind of felt like a little bit of a stoner. Moon Conception. Oh, it had a little dream like feel to it where you're like. Whoa! Now what's this? So anyway on I would say it's worth a watch. Definitely. And especially if you're beyonc fan, you've got to watch it. I love that you were driven by foam. Oh, Donna wass. I just thought, Wait. I want to be in the conversation. I got to do this. Check it out. And you know what I did, And I didn't. Yeah, we just didn't feel like I got a little bit. Yeah, I want to just watch some clips of it. Could could get a feel for what it is. It was really great, but really weird that like this king available on Disney Plus and by the way, I'm surprised Black is King is only I believe Number three on iTunes. Her out. Taylor Swift has the best selling album right now. Best selling album of the year. In fact, Oh boy, so pretty pretty pretty a interest by the way, her fans still crazy. Taylor Swift fans. The website,.
A US first, New Hampshire woman gets second face transplant
"Procedure. A second face transplant performed on the same patient is even more rare. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum reports. It happened for a woman in Boston this way. Carmen Blandon Tarleton is only the second person in the entire world in the first in the U. S to receive a second face transplant. Her ex husband terribly disfigured her in an attack years ago, the first face transplant started to fail six years after the surgery. Now she's recovering at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital After receiving a second transplant from an anonymous donor. She's expected to make a good recovery and return to her normal routine. MTV says it
2020 MTV VMAs will no longer be at Barclays Center, network says
"It turns out the MTV Video Music Awards will not take place at Brooklyn's Barclays Center as planned. The plug got pulled after both MTV and Barclays mutually decided not to have the event inside the arena because of safety concerns. The show will still happen, though at several outdoor locations around the city, 2020 be amaze will be held on Sunday, August 30th and honor New York's incredible resiliency. Audiences will be very limited adhering to all state and city health guidelines. Nominations is Hero led by Ariana Grande es and Lady Gaga with nine apiece, Billy I'll ish and the weekend each have six
MTV Video Music Awards Opt Out Of Indoor Event At Barclays Center After Health Warnings
"The MTV Video Music Awards. Yes, Yes, said the MTV Video Music Awards are still happening, because music videos they're still happening. Yeah, I was just gonna happen, though. Well, it's happening at the Barkley Center in Brooklyn and Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York. Made a previous statement saying that they're going to be practicing social distancing guidelines. I have a feeling they're going to perform to an empty Barclay center, and we're going to be watching. So I mean, I usually put some cut outs in the stands most Lin did
COVID-19 Vaccine Ethics: Who Gets It First and Other Issues
"US government's. Warp speed is ambitiously trying to create test and licensed vaccine for covid nineteen in less than a year compared to the five to ten years typically needed for a new vaccine. The program is borrowing strategies from a crash effort undertaken in the nineteen fifties against polio. Arthur caplan was seven years old when that paralytic disease which had been terrifying parents nationwide came to his town. Last. People. In America. Get. Polio in the Boston outbreak of nineteen, fifty seven, that's where I'm from. Saw Kids in our loans on kids die in the floor. It's one of the reasons I got interested in medical ethics. The Polio vaccine developed in the fifties it saved millions of lives and brought us tantalizingly close to eradicating the disease altogether. But in the haste to produce them researchers and manufacturers occasionally made mistakes and crossed ethical boundaries. Experimental vaccines were tested on intellectually disabled children, for example, as well as millions of people in the Belgian Congo and the Soviet Union who were not given the option for informed consent that today we consider indispensable. Medical ethics come a long way in the past sixty, five years. The World Health Organization has already set up a working group on ethics and Kobe Nineteen of which Kaplan is a member. They have started thinking through many of the tough questions ahead as companies race to test experimental vaccines, and we hope eventually ramp up manufacturing of those who succeed to billions of doses. Worldwide these questions include how can we make sure vaccine trials don't exploit people or enroll too few participants from black native Latino communities who are disproportionately sickened been killed by this disease who will get approved vaccines I and who will pay for them and what if anything should we do about vaccines being sold on the black market? The most immediate questions involve large-scale clinical trials those trials will take months to produce results. Can says, one reason is if I give you the experimental vaccine. Then, I have to wait for the. Virus in nature to infect me to see whether I'm going to do better than a group that didn't get vaccine usually have a placebo control group were you don't give them an active agent and you sort of monitor one against the other. If, you're waiting for natural infectivity with Kobe we have a problem because the Degree to which the becoming infect is very slow. So you'll notice that people are starting to recruit subjects for trials right now in hot spots, they may be looking at Brazil. They may be looking at Atlanta it could be looking at a region of the country that has. A A big outbreak. But at the same time, morally we have to try and tell people who sign up for vaccination studies they should not get themselves infected. So it's a sort of moral catch twenty two, you can't really. Encourage people to be reckless and get themselves. In fact, an the problem is you're probably not going to take sicker people because it makes it difficult to assess whether a vaccine is causing an adverse event or an underlying illnesses causing events. Most of the people who come into these big vaccine trials are healthy volunteer still they're younger. Is An effort underway. In the NIH sponsor trials to try and get more diversity ethnicity and race but a lack of transparency in who is being selected for the vaccine trials has raised concerns that historically underrepresented communities may once again be overlooked. Kaplan says that the preference for healthy volunteers is also one of the reasons that vaccine testers probably won't turn to one otherwise logical place to recruit participants prisons where corona virus has been running rampant, you can't use a vulnerable population because you worry that they can't consent. They're gonNA try and say I'll do it because they want to get out of jail or get parole the other main reason why Is prison populations usually have two or three underlying diseases. I know MTV everybody's at the gym looks such Arnold Schwarzenegger. But in fact, hepatitis HIV drug abuse is a bunch of reasons why they're not a best subjects for for any beginning studies
Aimée Osbourne doesn't regret not appearing on 'The Osbournes'
"Chose not to join her family on the reality show The Osbournes that aired on MTV Back in the day. She just explained that she values her privacy too much, he said. I had grown up around having a pretty well known dad anyway, so I value my privacy now. Mom, Sharon Osborne has previously admitted that it broke her heart when Amy moved out of the house at age 16 to avoid filming, But I just admire. I'm sorry
Zadie Smith Interview
"I've known her almost twenty years. I interviewed her for MTV two and white teeth was out and it's been a thrill to watch Zedi grow and operated a public intellectual dropping great novels and Dope Essays and showing herself to just be a really interesting person to listen to I mean putting the also of her accident aside in person ladies as smart and it's fun is her greatest books and she's disarmingly humble in a way that just makes you want to root for her success. So settle in I asked her to talk to me for an hour and we sat there for two. We sat there in our studio at seventy eighth and Broadway and just. This is the most fun episode I've had yet so. I'm. Proud? To. Present. Eighty Smith. On tour ratio. Writing. What do you love about it? I like. I like having an artificial. Set Task To fill the day set by yourself. It's it's that's pleasant. I mean what else you can do its? Own Life and I like the idea of a series of. Tasks except myself completely unnecessary toss that nobody. Has To care about Oh but I sent them a series of books in my mind and then when they're done. I'll be done. I think everyone does that with their life is writing a very. Kind of formal way to do it I can measure out his this way. So. Do you set day go? Goals no because if I did would be very frustrated. So no but I have hopes if every day but I haven't written in months and months at the moment. I'm reading I'M IN A. Like period of reading and preparing but Preparing to start another one. Yeah. But it's much more important for me to be able to read every day them right every day I live without writing if I don't get to read I get very. antsy. Really. Yeah. So how many hours a day reading at the moment all all hours that I'm not. Raising children. So you drop them off and you go. Pick them up. So for about six thousand reading, and then I pick them up again and then after their menu read again. It's The moment is normally like that but at the moment, that's it. Yeah. What are you reading? I'm meeting a lot of stuff about. At eighteen hundreds for something after right. So it's just a of. Research I suppose nonfiction nonfiction near for the most part some novels to sometimes I. Use the bedtime reading with the children as surreptitious. Research, they don't realize it but. The reason we're reading David Copperfield. They need to know that. What are you love so much about reading. I. I really good book recently gyco fronts this with a British writer. WHO said? That actually it's kind of addiction and the strange thing about it is it's a sanctioned addictions and nobody tells you off. For reading a lot when you're a kick particularly if you're. From. A working class or emigrant home as I was everybody's very enthusiastic about it because it seems like a good sign. But what he said in his case Easel. So reading addict, he had very ill sister who died when he was young and reading for him was a way of escaping the world and I think that's always basically true I don't think children who read as much as I did when I was a child are reading because they're delirious with joy. It is a kind of addiction is a kind of escapism and and you realize it when we come to this poker I i. Go. Maybe. Five heavy books in my bag. What did I imagine? What's going to happen on the twenty two minutes away right. What did you bring? Inside Victorian. Home. A book about historical. Mikey Century Court case I lost a load of. Heavy, back books. So. I think reading is just the way I am in the world. That's how I operate and what was interesting about process book is I heard. Expressed as a kind of. Personal floor you know because if if every spare moment you have. You want to be somewhere else. So inside a booker that's. That is a little problematic actually, it's not that different from the people who want to get high off. Be On instagram. Every moment of the day is all about not being way you were
A very ironic video was the first one ever played on MTV in 1891
"MAZING. Let's move onto nineteen eighty-one happy birthday to MTV which premiered its first video at twelve zero one, a m the song video killed the Radio Star by the boggles bugles I don't know but it's a great song, a great video and how ironic video killed the radio star
Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga 'Rain' over 2020 MTV VMA nominations
"The nominations for the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards Air out CBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette fight Who's On top this year Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande Days Rain on me, But the singers on top of this year's V M a nominations each got nine nods. Nominated for best video song and collaboration of The Year's Lady Gaga was also nominated in a new category best quarantine performance for her appearance in one world together at home. Home a second new category to reflect the Corona virus. Reality. Best music video from home Turn. Billy Island Sports Six nominations, but not for Artist of the Year. Those honors Go to Lady Gaga, making The Stallion Post Malone the weekend Justin Bieber and debate Wendy Gillette, CBS. The
"Massive P welcome to the show is so how can welcome? No, I'm definitely lead to be. Thank you guys for having me. Our pleasure are plan. Let's get right into it. At the beginning of your career. You famously turned out a one million dollar deal from record executive Jimmy I of. What made you decide to turn down? That money were bank. Education I went to college. Even live together on. Thank being able to read read. These contracts are seen that. When I bet that deal? I wasn't going to be able to use my name for seven years. It was a lot of other things. We just a million dollars, but only have five dollars in my pocket time. I realized that. that wasn't gonna be able to do. With, my name on my brand for seven years, and it was owning control it. Okay. You own your masters all the music. You're basically pain. uh-huh, a twenty percent fees. To get into record, stores. And you have to do everything else marketing promotions. I think he had the best deal at the time of any black owned. Record Company in history interning. Money now, probably the best thing I ever did it my life. Story would have been different if you had taken that deal. Just been audience like everybody else. I DIDN'T WANNA. Be Audience from day one I wanted to be a one to be own of a company, so I realized. I, would you say to artists nowadays were still kind of struggling to get compensated fairly for for their music, I feel like These are of putting the wrong people around, because if you have a manager you have. A visor. Lit You sign those bills or attorney in. You need to get rid of those people. You have to start with him because none of these. Guys are going audit. These companies in nobody is exposing. Bad deals and these companies used to doing it, and so nobody ever win in the ninety s new. Orleans hip hop hand really been. On, the map, how challenging was it for you to kind of breakthrough witness sound at that time we talk about southern the music too close to this thing we had was a ghetto boys, but they newsy head and cross other markets yet, but once we got in. I feel like doors open. I got ending cash money came. All this talk of getting they just. Sound has been on the rise every since I. Remember Seeing your MTV cribs episode when I was like Middle School. One of the most expensive roles in. This room right here. Is probably about three million dollars. I mean honestly you in the episode was the first time I had understanding of credit points, certain things and you were like I paid for this cash paid for that in cash. Why has ownership always been so important to you? Ownership beauty control. They can't really you can't tell you. What do we have off figuring out? What can we do to own some things that we want to change the narrative, and even like doing doing this injustice that we have? We are blocked down right now. My thing is. This vitamin blocked back. Because now we have the control is we will have ingested the. We have the control so best. What ownership? DOCU series, coming out, no limit chronicles, and it charts the rise in success of no limit records, and also you know your career in the music industry. What something that you revealed in the Docu series that people will be surprised to know about you think people be surprised that no, that outboard I went to a Catholic school. I had to fight when I got back to the project. I mean I've been dealing with bullies all my life. And this was a student. So what I love about this documentary? You'RE GONNA be able to talk to all the all the people around me to millionaires I created the grateful people to Ungrateful People I. Want Everything Being I want. To be you know, but you have no idea
How Buscabullas Raquel Berrios Wrote Her Way Back Home In Regresa
"That's nominaux by. And that dreamy voice belongs to use half of the INDIE pop duo. The other half is her partner Co, parent Louis value. The couple started making music together while living in New York, but after Hurricanes Maria hit Puerto Rico. It decided it was time to go back home that return in the very meaning of home inspired their new first album. That could SA. I am not a native Spanish speaker, so I had never heard the word was skull Ya and so I loved it and I love the definition being a troublemaker. Are you by nature a troublemaker? I mean I would say no. But I do like i. kind of like what it implies in a way I do think that I'm always curious. I don't know I feel like I. Do have may be a troublemaker sort of nature when it comes to maybe making music like I like to take two worlds that are not supposed to come together and bring them together like to create and work with tension, so maybe in a way. That's why I was very much drawn to the name. Growing up in Puerto Rico. What kind of music was on her? On my Dad's side, a lot of so three. Oh Music Rock. He loved rocks and on my mother's side. My mom was more like an MTV head like. She just loved Madonna Prince Chardonnay. She was like more like mainstream. So I think that she will was more to English meet like English spoken music, and Spanish music, so we heard a lot of that, and that's mostly what Puerto Ricans here like we you know. Our airwaves are all like top forty American music, so we grew up with a lot of American music on the radio. But also like. And a lot of the Puerto Rican music was really has always been really important for my dad and my dad really taught me to love the music that was from my home country. Sucre up on the island. What's the turning point where you decide? You want to move to New York. Well I mean I studied architecture and design, and it was working at an office, and then I felt that really that may be. Our design wasn't really what I wanted to do. Like a wanted to be creative. And, so, I got I got into Rhode Island. School of design for my master's degree and I decided to textiles, and so I kind of knew that I might ticket to get into new. York was to actually go to maybe a school where I could get a job in new. York because I always dreamt about going to New York I mean my. My mother was born in the Bronx, and my parents were flight attendant, so I saw them come back and forth, and you know. New York has such a powerful presence in movies in the media. always felt like as a creative person that I wanted to go to New York and see like like I wanted to kind of find myself creatively there. How did you meet Lewis? Lewison I met at a friend's Party I. Mean I feel when you're Puerto? Rican your Puerto Rican near New York. You're bound to just be in party you'll. You'll probably meet anybody if you're around the same age I had the sort of like Make Ban with my friends Ban The way you putting it in quotation marks. Because I think it was sort of like mostly like a band that we never really kind of record anything we had songs, but it was mostly to pass the time and have fun like it was a timer. Like single just writing about like you know like just being single in the city, and it was kind of like a silly kind of project, but we were kind of playing our songs and. We used to do like weird like Spanish covers of pop songs, and we were doing a cover of bed romance of Lady Gaga in Spanish. and. I didn't know how to finish the song. I didn't know the cords Lewis comes in. I know the course of that song. And then he came in, and we finished a song from there on I knew he made music that he had like a whole history with bands. He had actually come to New York to make music end. Just like that we connected. We started hanging out jamming and. I showed some demos that I had with with the beginnings of what was boost cowboy Dan was super excited about it and immediately we. We hit it up and we started making music and we fell in love. But which came first the music or the Romance I have said a music came I for sure I. Main I'm seven years older than Louis so in a way I kind of felt a little bit like I. Don't really know if this is GonNa be a good thing. Again felt a little bit nervous, but I'm like, but I have a lot of fun with this person and he's super talented, so the music did come first.
Nick Cannon apologizes for anti-Semitic comments
"Actor and TV. Nick Cannon. Struck back at Viacom CBS hours after he was dropped by the media giant for making anti Semitic comments on his podcast. Can has asked for ownership of his MTV and vh. One series wild in out. As well as an apology from the company in a lengthy statement posted to his facebook page early. Wednesday cannon wrote. If I have furthered the hate speech I wholeheartedly apologize, but now I am the one making demands I demand full ownership of my billion dollar wild now brand that I created, and they will continue to misuse and destroy without my leadership, I demand that the hate and back door bullying cease, and while we're at it now that the truth is out I demand the apology. Exclamation Point End, quote In the Post, which is titled Truth and Reconciliation. Cannon Begin! Our employees cannon began by noting that he is quote deeply saddened in a moment so close to reconciliation that the powers that be misused an important moment for us to all grow closer together and learn more about each other and quote. He writes that in one sense and then the other sentence. He's like I demand this because you're gonNA. Mess it up. and. It's a billion dollar industry so I demand an apology, and then you give me this thing. But we could have gotten along. Okay, here's another quote. Instead the moment was stolen hijacked to make an example out of an outspoken black man I will not be bullied, silenced or continuously oppressed by any organization, Group or corporation I am disappointed that Viacom does not understand or respect the power of the black community end quote he continued.
Kanye West Announces He's Running For President
"Musical artist Kanye West says he plans to run for president this year West tweeted yesterday evening. He's throwing his hat into this year's election. Along with the Hashtag 2020 Vision Thistle follows his promise he would run five years ago during the 2015 MTV Vee,
YouTube TV vs. Sling TV: Which Streaming Service Is Better?
"I've been subscribing a YouTube TV about a year as a cable alternative that cost less than cable, TV and offers a way better experience, but youtube just announced a huge thirty percent price hike for the service, and I'm rather upset about it. As are many others as have been noted on social media, I'm Jefferson Graham let me fill you in on. Today's talking tech now. When it launched in twenty seventeen YouTube TV thirty five dollars a month, and gave you a host of cable channels more than enough as far as I was concerned, but way fewer the hundreds on cable. You know the ones we never watch. You didn't have to rent. Stupid. Cable boxes or DVR's everything was streaming, and that cloud dvr offered unlimited storage, not only that you could start a show on TV and watch the rest on your phone or tablet without missing a beat. But then youtube started adding more channels in upping the fee. Before the latest price hike, it'd ballooned up to fifty dollars monthly. Beginning July thirtieth for current subscribers, the TAB is now a whopping sixty five bucks. Youtube tried to soften the blow by announcing new channels like MTV and comedy central, but that does nothing for me. How about an option to stay at fifty dollars? Sands MTV because I don't want my MTV and like Trevor Noah, but I can live without comedy central to so as I mentioned. I'm rather upset. As, my friend Peter Chatty noted on twitter. All of the sudden Youtube TV is sounding an awful lot cable, which is why we got YouTube TV in the first place. So what are we going to do well? The cheapest option is to switch to sling TV which just announced that. If you sign up by August I, it will freeze pricing the thirty dollars monthly for twelve months good. But slaying doesn't have as many channels for instance no CBS or NBC local, so if you like to dvr shows on those networks, you'll have the spring for an external dvr. It's a lot of work. The Air TV model that sling sells for a hundred dollars requires an external, hard drive Ka Ching add another hundred dollars, or so, who live TV is fifty five dollars, but I don't believe for a minute that the rates are not going up soon. So I started shopping cable TV again I did some Internet searches and played around with the comcast and spectrum websites, which reminded me why left cable in the first place the come on raids started around sixty bucks in once you added in the equipment rental for Modem, TV boxes and DVR's plus all those fees, and you're now north of one hundred twenty five dollars so now youtube. TV doesn't seem so bad. I'm still furious. Google and I don't understand why the company can't cut slight viewers like me slack and offer them package with fewer channels. But. You know what I'm not going back to cable.
YouTube TV jacked up the rates - now what do we do?
"So I've been subscribing a YouTube TV about a year as a cable alternative that cost less than cable, TV, and offers a way better experience, but youtube just announced a huge thirty percent price hike for the service and I'm rather upset about it. As are many others as have been noted on social media. I'm Jefferson. Graham. Let me fill you in on. Today's talking tech now. When it launched in twenty seventeen youtube TV thirty five dollars a month, and gave you a host of cable channels more than enough as far as I was concerned, but way fewer the hundreds on cable. You know the ones we never watch. You didn't have to rent stupid. Cable boxes or DVR's everything was streaming, and that cloud dvr offered unlimited storage, not only that you could start a show on TV and watch the rest on your phone or tablet without missing a beat. But then youtube started adding more channels in upping the fee. Before the latest price hike, it'd ballooned up to fifty dollars monthly. Beginning July thirtieth for current subscribers. The TAB is now a whopping sixty five bucks. Youtube tried to soften the blow by announcing new channels like MTV and comedy central, but that does nothing for me. How about an option to stay at fifty dollars sands MTV because I don't want my MTV and I like Trevor Noah, but I can live without comedy central to so as I mentioned I'm rather upset. As my friend Peter Chatty noted on twitter all of the sudden youtube. TV is sounding an awful lot cable, which is why we got YouTube TV in the first place. So what are we going to do well? The cheapest option is to switch to sling TV, which just announced that? If you sign up by August I, it will freeze pricing the thirty dollars monthly for twelve months good. But slaying doesn't have as many channels for instance. No CBS or NBC local so if you like to dvr shows on those networks, you'll have the spring for an external dvr. It's a lot of work. The Air TV model that sling sells for a hundred dollars requires an external hard drive Ka. Ching add another hundred dollars, or so who live TV is fifty five dollars, but I don't believe for a minute that the rates are not going up soon. So I started shopping cable TV again, I did some Internet searches and played around with the comcast and spectrum websites, which reminded me why I left cable in the first place, the come on raids started around sixty bucks in once you added in the equipment rental for Modem TV boxes, and DVR's plus all those fees and you're now north of one hundred twenty five dollars so now. Youtube TV doesn't seem so bad. I'm still furious. Google and I don't understand why the company can't cut slight viewers like me slack and offer them package with fewer channels. But you know what I'm not going back to cable. How about you?
Kurt Cobain's "MTV Unplugged" guitar sells for record $6 million at auction
"Most expensive guitar ever sold was played by Seattle's own rock royalty a guitar played by Kurt Cobain sold for a record breaking six million dollars at auction yesterday according to Rolling Stone Cobain plays the the guitar guitar guitar during during during during an an an an an iconic iconic iconic iconic iconic iconic performance performance performance performance performance performance on on on on on on MTV's MTV's MTV's MTV's MTV's MTV's unplugged unplugged unplugged unplugged unplugged unplugged the the the the the the sale sale sale sale sale sale smashed smashed smashed smashed smashed smashed the the the the the the previous previous previous previous previous previous record record record record record record of of of of of of just just just just just just under under under under under under four four four four four four million million million million million million dollars dollars dollars dollars dollars dollars for for for for for for guitar guitar guitar guitar guitar guitar owned owned owned owned owned owned by by by by by by pink pink pink pink pink pink Floyd's David Gilmour
Kurt Cobain’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ Guitar Fetches $6 Million At Beverly Hills Auction In Los Angeles
"The guitar Kurt Cobain play during the nineteen ninety three and T. V. unplug session has a new owner the nineteen fifty nine Martin guitar played by Cobain during the run is legendary parents was sold at auction for just over six million dollars Julien's auction of Beverly hills says the winning bidder is Peter Friedman the co founder of rode microphones the winning bid set a new record for the most expensive guitar ever sold before that the record was previously held by a black fender Stratocaster belonging to David Gilmour from Pink Floyd which sold last year for nearly four
Cobain 'MTV Unplugged' guitar sells for sky-high $6 million
"The acoustic guitar Kurt Cobain played for nirvana's MTV unplugged concert in nineteen ninety three has sold at auction for six million dollars marches are a letter with the latest Julien's auctions as Peter Friedman owner of rode microphones is the new owner of the nineteen fifty nine Martin guitar that was the only one coping played for nirvana's MTV unplugged that's three times the presale estimate princes cloud to blue angel guitar that he played on tour during the nineteen eighties and in the videos for cream and get off sold for five hundred sixty three thousand dollars other items sold at the auction include Madonna's ivory gown from the vogue video and Elvis Presley's macrame belts
"mtv" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Skin. I'm going to have some hot takes. It's a party even when it's not. because. This wasn't trash before. Thank God we have someone to lower the the high brown of the podcast. Messy! Nephew All no no. Families, growing Our eight nephew so? To kick off some of the serious stuff here and this is I mean? I'll just say up. I feel like the plan is to just really be up front with all of you. The listeners like. Johnny and I don't have prepared remarks like. I don't know what to say or how to do this for quite frankly. So where are doing with with thoughtfulness and with good intentions are doing what we feel. is right and you know Johnny and I did talk about that like we welcome your. Full! But like your feedback, and we're. We're open to discussing this further. If, we don't get it right we. We probably won't get it right today, but we're here to talk about show that we love and this problematic show that we love so just to kick that off. Tom Palmer says which version of the episode are You recapping? So. Some of you may not know this, but this episode is forty minutes. It's normally I complain about it. An hour of actual content so sorry, the episode was an hour with commercials and remain hour and a half. People saw it in the. Thing that went up before the episode, but D is no longer part of the challenge family. MTV has severed ties with her due to her remarks about black lives. Matter and we'll talk about that more at the end of the show But that happened in the last two days. MTV made the decision to edit her mostly out of this episode, which is why we end up with a forty minute. One Hour, episode, but MTV what I can only assume was a mistake. Aired. The full length episode on edited in Canada and so that has been making the rounds on. Read it there. Summaries of what happened there clips. It's all over the place. You can definitely find it if you're interested in finding it. My perspective and Johnny at some point I will be quiet so that you can win, but my perspective on it. My My gut feel. Is. The decision was made by MTV to edit de out this episode. That's the episode we received the episode we're going to talk about. Stuff did happen outside of that actually a listener. A bunch of you wrote to me already about this and I appreciate. It and I had a conversation with listener where she raised maybe. Like, maybe it's favorable to D- some of the stuff that's edited out, and maybe that was sort of part of MTV's decision to like. Try to not burn de so I actually did look into what happened and and I. Don't actually think that's the case. I mean I think that's a fair perspective, but my impression is sort of like was air. What was not aired was would make de look much more sympathetic in this episode, and I'm not saying she's not entitled to sympathy based on the events of this episode, but I stand with MTV's decision to edit her out and so this that's that's my perspective on why you're getting. The US cut the global cut of this episode. Here joined in any that makes sense feel free to disagree and we'RE GONNA. Hold each other's hands and we're all GONNA get this. For sure, we're GonNa talk about what was aired. In the United, states is what I got from MTV dot com where I watched the episodes.
"mtv" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Tweet. I don't watch the challenge. Not Watching this episode but like feel free to tweet questions like Oh can't bothered to watch a challenge tonight. I'm not saying she deserves us at all. But maybe if you tuned in to show that pays your bills you would have seen that bear is not going to give a crap about you. Probably not wording relationship over. Maybe she did all this just to prove that she actually was not watching. People thought she like actually was was just lying about it so this this would be definitive proof. If she really didn't know what type of person bear was. This would show that yes. You really just does not watch the show that she is a part of so. Let's dig a little deeper into this. With bear and Kayla Kayla was in a relationship with Mike. Ep was off credited as being on. Mtv's from G's to gents. I did I watched the show. Absolutely what I still want to be credited in two thousand twenty or being on that show no but my keep he is like on the list reality shows he was on naked dating and he was on just one other like Bela show. I forget but they've been together like three. They were together three years. They were living in Vegas. They were an instagram perfect couple and then disaster struck. Rumors came back about Kaelin bear while they were still taping the season. Here's what I have. Here's what I dug it. My spyglass Emoji out on.
"mtv" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence
"Happened ever so there isn't one center place for an entire generation honoration and get the nuances of the generation the new art. That's coming out the new edgy shmuel. That's coming out the the cool shit yeah g shit. That's everywhere and there are a little micro groups of people that are discovering different things. The generation is kind of like not united in their discovery. Yeah there's no millennial television station. There's no and there couldn't be i think at this point because it's so segregated between the people that are snorting condoms and the people that are flipping bottles like there's just it's two different groups whereas n._t._v. it was a place to find unity within your your age bracket where you could be like this is where i go to see. The new nirvana song or this is where i go to see the cool cool new metal video head bangers ball or the new new <hes> new new jam on mtv raps like that. You didn't have a lot of their options. I don't know exactly. I mean you know we were generation. Leshner that even get to experience that i mean i remember going to my friend's house the weekend or whatever and we're a bunch of hanging out and you know they brought head bangers ball back out on m._t._v. too because they had to create m._t._v. too because of how fucking atrocious m._t._v. got <hes> so we were stoked to see what new i remember the first slipknot single. Their video came out all that generations metal came out and that's where we saw the videos now bans. I've been listening to for twelve or fifteen years. You're right the everything is he. Shows me on youtube like bam. Youtube is now where you go. Get your videos. You know everything yeah but also orly and t._v. Didn't segregate at all like everything was was coming out there like if a country music star made music video on mtv super segregated because he didn't have hip hop on there for the longest time until on these rapture came out and they're like white chicks so we can put this on you know that it was a huge thing that they weren't having black artists or are at or a <hes> rap artists on m._t._v. and i don't think it was them being directly racist necessarily so much is looking at what would be commercially viable and so it was that whole thing with let's say the competent industry with well. A woman can't do a tent pole superhero film and then went to rome and went fuck you and they were okay. We're idiots was like when walk this way can out or like the early hip hop. <hes> videos started coming out and they were like okay well. Here's your m._t._v. wraps because clearly. There's an audience for for this. Is that it yeah. It's always that evolution of like it started off as people like we got a cable network. We're going to like pro- propagate this new art form and then it became commercially successful and they got paranoid about how much they could hold onto that success so they wouldn't like put on anything that might offend you you wipe investors and then they found out oh we can actually make money exploiting this and think everybody is on the white people aren't gonna listen to hip hop music so that's our main demographic graphic white demographic and then he didn't second oh white people have been stealing music from black people since there's been music so yes of course white people are going to be listening to music and then you get eminem eminem so the there is just weren't thinking yeah and you know.
"mtv" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"That's an entertainment yes is the MTV video awards it was a video musical war Musik awards because they play so much music on MTV was listening play music on MTV nineteen ninety five right for they have awards for it nobody sees these videos on MTV they're not on MTV that makes sense but there was a moment there tell us just got political so we'll get to that was her nights always her night Taylor swift money we did just the story of her what was yesterday she's like the biggest star in terms of earnings yeah I have are yeah they should just make every award for her because he was everything this is the Taylor swift award have everybody's hate her and all the other people in other categories this is when everything right so into that and then Gary Busey so few on death Hey guys that's coming up so bill Maher it was less than what's bill Maher I don't think I think I've only ever seen him once and that was because he was on an episode of family guy are you serious I I've never want to see the show like I said I seen a clip of his show when it was on family guy wow have you watch anything besides a cartoon ever I mean yes so I watch superhero movies those are criticized those everything with real people and I I watch the lord of the rings movie real people game of thrones okay now we know the answer early on Friday night's episode of HBO's real time with bill Maher the host bill Maher his thoughts on one of the cook brothers the coke brother that died David coke yes here's what he said I'm glad he's dead and then he went on to say this I guess I'm gonna have to re evaluate my low opinion of prostate cancer what that was a prostate cancer the guy I think you're wrong it was pancreatic cancer I think what's the difference I can't keep track of it I don't know so obviously you know David cook being one of the to cook brothers responsible for a conservative leanings in the country conservative donations by them to a lot of conservative Republicans Mars response reminds me I saw the wrong Ron Perlman the actor yeah his response on Twitter was I'm wishing the cook brothers a quick and speedy reunion right yes so yeah I I I have to think that a bill Maher you know it's not gonna come under heat yeah and he for this because his audience is right there with them hello guys that too yeah I mean it was a win think if he was alive and he defamed of but what's the what's I mean I guess the other call brother could just by HBO and fire bill Maher enough money to do it so I have you heard the story of Bill Clinton and the and the the the DJ in the Hamptons so bill Clinton's out to dinner with a bunch of people and you know how we know you're in a restaurant and they have you know the your dinner and then at some point in the restaurant the.
"mtv" Discussed on WWL
"And this was the second MTV play on this day this first nineteen ninety one can I talk about this because you know MTV is is part of our lives MTV change music M. G. M. MTV had an impact on radio I'm going to text here that says since MTV is no longer on the air maybe radio killed MTV radio didn't kill MTV but the audience that was first into MTV during the the video years was it was growing older and they were no longer going to be the audience for MTV so MTV had to change to capture the next audience that was that age that demographic so that's why to change but my conversation with Alan Alan hunter one of the original VJs which is on disc page under on demand to the right at W. O. dot com just very insightful about the early years of MTV and you'll actually learned some things that you might not have known about those early years of MTV from New Orleans Alain you're on WWL Hey good idea I'm good okay Sir could nineteen maybe eighty eight my mother canceled MTV I'm one of three brothers as of to videos that me and my brothers rag doll Aerosmith in welcome to the jungle guns N. roses we would wait for MTV for the videos come on and she canceled let me ask you what you're watching while we were waiting for the video to come on yeah I I've been there we were just it was exciting and but we were young yeah I mean I get it you know your music videos your mom was not the only one that canceled MTV I mean other other parents said that as well when I got to move on I appreciate the call in in the by the by the late eighties not just in late but by the late eighties there was a lot of criticism of MTV for sex and violence for androgyny and I mean if you think back on some of the the white snake videos some of the videos that just had just this androgynous ambience it freaked a lot of people out and there was a lot of criticism of MTV but you know Hey come on we turned out okay and think about this if you were if you were born when MTV first went on the air you're thirty eight years old almost forty man that that used to be prime of the the talk radio audience so that's why the show is where politics and pop culture major opinions well let's go back to the democratic debate here before going to take a break Joe Biden last night I thought the former vice president look weak I thought he had some very very weak always I'm not saying he's not gonna still be number one but I think he will take a hit in the in the area the the the ranking say in in his writing about Joe Biden was wondering why because people were attacking Obama's policies as a way of getting to Joe Biden I find it fascinating everybody's talking about how terrible I am on these issues rock Obama knew exactly who I was he had he had ten lawyers do a background check and everything about me and civil rights and civil liberties and he chose me he said it was the best decision I give us about search engine yeah I mean and and there was there was a lot of criticism from from Democrats of of of attacking Obama's policies but look all of the bombs policies were were not great in fact Obama at one point gain the nickname reporter in chief because he was supporting so many people so the progressives would be very critical of president Obama's policies today Kamel Harris was standing right next to Joe Biden and she made this comment about Biden in the Senate cleaning up the consequences of the bills that you passed when you are in the United States Senate for decades and we've had more comments are really throughout the day my god it's a break here running late as usual finding a number of checks from people said first video I really remember an MTV was jump man the clownish nature of David Lee Roth was jealous of me I'm screwed and we will be back well now another traffic.
"mtv" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And I said, no, I was there with my wife at the time and he says, oh, well, you got to you have to go to a couple of places. Let me recommend this restaurant and he froze out the name of this one restaurant. And then he goes, oh, no, you don't wanna go there. That's kind of pricey. And I'm thinking McCartney thinks it's pricey, no way too. I wanna go there. Guy rock and roll, but he literally called up this this other place and spoke to the manager there who he knew. And of course knew him and said, my friend markets coming down. I want you to give him Hama cart, and he made me at dinner reservations. Never forget that cool stuff. It doesn't get any cooler. Yeah. What you mentioned that you had left at us, what made you decide to move on or two from MTV? You know, it started to get to a point where MTV had just hired Kurt loader and towards the towards for for me eight late mid eighty six, late eighty six. It started to get to the point where the the executives were looking more towards print for credibility. It's one of my big gripes with them that they didn't stand behind us. I journalists that were like writers with, yeah, Kurt loader was a Rolling Stone writer. And they hired him to do news. Now, Kurt loader was a guy who I had never met him, but I knew his work. I read him in Rolling Stone a bunch, and he definitely knows his shit to this day and he knew it Danny knows it today, but he would make a hard left. Turn in a frigging album review to slam MTV and to say how what a lame, you know idea this was and how we never really did anything worthwhile and slam the five of us. But damn if they didn't, you know, come around to him and he was like, yes, I will sell out for that. You know, you know. So they hired him and I understand. But I also understood that meant that the things that I had been doing the great interviews, the location, things I wasn't going to get those anymore. So it was at that point the Alan and I both we both quit on the same day, Nina and Martha and JJ were altern have there. Contract's renewed at various times. But the two of us were were they are. We we had stayed, and but it just got to a point where I thought all I'm going to be doing just recording these VJ segments in the studio now and it same time I had been with the acting bug. I got requests from a couple of different directors to do stuff which I did, and I just had the best time doing it. So I wanted to to just give it a shot just to study Spanish. Yeah. So I quit and did a deal with MTV where I in eighty seven live eighty seven. I moved to LA and for the next year I came back for one week a month and I did shows for week a month. And then for the following year did interviews for them and I would host press events to nounce VM as and stuff like that. So I worked at n. TV for most of the eighties by the end eighty nine hundred pretty much gone. Would you think of MTV now in house more to nothing to do with music, and a lot of. Ways or most? Well, MTV made the decision early on to not grow old with their audience and to stay stay with same. Yes. Stay with the same. Basically twelve to twenty five year old on that was that was their core and and that was what they decided to do, which was fine to this day. I get tons of emails every day at the big eighties, man, bring back the old MTV and bring back those days. An MTV should be playing music. There's no need for MTV to play music. Now there's no need YouTube. Why? Why would anybody bother? Although they're trying to figure it out, they brought back to you are l. now to bring back jersey shore. I mean the fact that they're bringing back to your Elza huge, huge thing. I, I would not want to run that place now where it is a video music TV channel fit today. I don't know. I, it's funny too because just talking about how like in this day and age..
"mtv" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"The Michael Jackson ever come into MTV to get interviewed. He will. He didn't come in. Yeah, but yeah, he was interviewed. I never got the chance to interview him. Although I did meet him at an event tok with him briefly. But that level of starter, it was rare. Robert plant came in a couple of times. I interviewed him once JJ who knew them really, really well. Jay Jackson was the guy who played Led Zeppelin on the radio in the United States. For the first time he was the guy in Boston who played them so history. Well, yeah, but most people did did come in. No, actually they, they did come favorite interviews that you had Madonna, Madonna, I, I was a huge fan of Madonna right off the bat. I record and once again completely embraced the whole video concepts is made for. Yeah, she and she, that was the thing that she knew it. Maybe maybe nobody around her new. You know, we didn't know. She knew she just news so comfortable for and. I talked to her after the first album came out and we talked at that time about like virgin. She was really excited about this new album that was coming out and it wasn't out yet, and I remember talking to her about her belt buckle it said boy toy. So I'm like, what's what does that mean? Boy touring? And she goes, what do you think it means. You know, I was like much younger and much less experience. I don't know. You know to me own in that interview, man, just a total pro. Even at that age, she was so confidence. Yes, totally competent. Wow. And it's funny to think about that at the time. My co host is a little conversation just the like a remember the controversy of virgin like controversy`l title like now, it's like the kidding me, but goofy and that. And those guys years later became friends with them, Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly who wrote it who wrote a bunch of great songs in the eighties, eternal flame for the bangles and I'll stand by you for pretenders, just awesome songs. But what Madonna liked about it was that that dorky nece about, you know, and Billy Starnberg. The guy who came up with the original concept was like, didn't even think of it. It's controversial for him. It was like he'd come out of a horrible relationship and he was going into he'd born in love again. And so. It's like a new thing for him. He was like, I feel like a version. I feel brand new and it's very different when a guy sings at right, Donna love the idea that guy had written it, but she was going to say interesting. Yeah, yeah, it's a good point. When you're talking about how come the network starts to progress, and you're mentioning that now you have technology, and what were you there when the hold like dial MTV thing because that was huge. Like that's when I even as a Canadian dude, you would hear about all my gosh, you know, Jobe was ten weeks. Number one, a dial TV like motley Crue motley Crue were unstoppable unstoppable. I know that all of their fans had speed dial and they were just calling us like crazy dialect. TV was a big thing for us that was really like starting to just dip our toll into really getting direct contact with the viewers like that. The fact that we version of social media and it really was it was exactly that it was exactly that and it. Came a huge show right away right away that people could directly influence in by by the time. The end was I dunno, I wanna save maybe three years in that. We started doing that, and it really MTV was already a phenomenon. So to be able to have that kind of influence Miniver somebody watching Nebraska was used, especially for the metal bands, the rock and roll bands that was only for the dial, the dial show that was they were always ruled. Yeah, there was the one when he talked about motley Crue guys in the studio guys commend that were just totally out of their mind. Yeah..
"mtv" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"That was another weird thing that happened at the festival was that I, for the first time MTV was going to do live hits from this event. We'd never done that before. And so whether live his was supposed to be me on stage on metal day which the was the heaviest attended was five hundred thousand people there. And it was liking in San Bernardino. It was like a hundred and five and was just and they were hosing people down in the front. And so I come up on stage to bring is he out and it's still still light out of still hot as like four in the afternoon. And you know how it is when you're gonna, bring somebody on stage gotta Rev up the crowd and do your thing. Hey, I'm marketing from TV, so great to be here rock and you guys are all live on MTV right now. Let's bring out Ozzy. I'm looking off and they're like waving like no, no, no, not yet. Wait, wait, wait, wait, what we? We were too early for the satellite for the. Live hit that was supposed to happen, live TV and we were to really cute me too early. And so five hundred thousand people. I gotta go out and go. All right, great rehearsal. Take two. So technology that point time that you said on the satellite and stuff. I mean, it's scary to think that even works at all it was, you know, the the satellite hits that one was a little rough, but we we did more throughout the weekend and they, they worked a little better, but it was. It was, you know, a big thing in a big thing for us because I mean, really we were brand new channel. We were only on for a couple of years and that kind of technology was sort of keep trying to keep up with us. You know, even in terms of just the way our videos were played, that progress. So much of the first couple of years when we first launched the night, we launched, we had tech problems because the people at the up link out on Long Island where everything went up to the satellite and then was broadcast down to all the cable outlets they, they didn't have machines to segue between songs. It was like a cassette with one. Song would be and then like a director would have to switch, you know, manually like to bring up the next song. You know it wasn't like a, it was an automated video by video. Someone actually be there for an eight hour shift. Yeah, they call it residue directing. So it was like they would have our segments that we record in the studio, and they would have another rack with all the imaging and other rack with with the videos and so on are on the night of our launch, the rocket was supposed to go up. John lack, who's the CEO of the company said, ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll, and it was video killed the radio star than it was you better run and it was me. Supposed to be me and it was me going high market men and you're about to experience new thing. Never look music same way, again, blah, blah, blah. While the Pap inning was that happened those two videos. And then and I'm Alan hunter because the guy put in the wrong car play the wrong thing completely out of order. I was supposed to introduce, you know, all of the Jays was my show. I was first VJ on MTV for the first five hours. It was me, but that those first five minutes were completing up. So you had the first shift? They never not do. It was the first face and that's been a been a fight between us for thirty five years because he claims to be the first Fiji. I'm like, no dude, just because of that Cup. I was the first VJ. My show is I, but he's like, it's like his Twitter handle Alan hunter first VJ causing heat while technically he was the first though he saw his face Ralph taken up with him in your house. Yeah. Let's talk about some of the huge stars that were going on at the time. There's someone like Michael Jackson ever come into MTV back and just walk into the studio. Obviously, he was the one of the pioneers of the music video format who are some of the other big stars came into MTV to be interviewed. I think that went for second Mark, but I wanna take care of.
"mtv" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Music even with YouTube, which is max through rock radio. Yeah. Our song right now is is done really well, but it's really made a difference for the ban because you still radio's dead is not did it still very important, and you wish that there was an outlets gave MTV, but that's nothing replaced by YouTube anywhere out at the time in the eighties nineties to get on MTV was a huge deal. Yeah, and people would see, see a bump and Benetton did she talked about it in her book? And a lot of these guys have talked about it in their their books that it was this weird thing for them to a ban that was playing bars, like Pat Benetton where she was playing clubs, you know two hundred people, two hundred fifty people and all of a sudden MTV hit and within a couple of months, suddenly they were playing five thousand halls. They would come into town and people be waiting at the airport for them. I mean, it was a whole new. World because it's interesting too because you're talking about kind of that that crossover from the seventies to the eighties and obviously in the seventies he had daily Roth and you had, you know, kiss, but a lot of the bands he talking about, you know, maybe it's deep purple or deserted or somebody like that. Not the most good looking guys, but it didn't matter suddenly. Now in the eighties, you have to be a good badly said, you gotta be good looking so badly Durand rather tailor for it and that helped them. But other bands probably got hurt because they weren't hot. You know, you know the harder rock bands had to figure it out. Yeah, they had to figure it out and they did. You know, they could scorpions not a great look in band, but they have some rocket videos and the video era for us in the states with them, they were huge. They people went crazy for him. That's a great call. I'm thinking rocket hurricane where you don't have to be hot, but just put a bunch of hot chicks in it in Kinney. Right? Exactly. We loved Rudy and Claus Claus minor. So when when you have Now now. that record behind it, I'm sure publicists and bands are getting into it. Did you do a lot of interviews with the bands that would come through town. Tell us about some of those that you had those, you know, that was what we were about? No, certainly for JJ are we both were really up for for talking to these guys and it was because it was television for everybody was a new world JJ and I hadn't really done TV. So trying to think of something in my, some of the earliest bands like we didn't get into, you know, head bangers ball for years. Van Halen was big for us. Early on Judas priest was huge. Russ early on getting a great look in a great band, but they, you know, they were Brit. So they had the commitment video. Howard was always great on video and they were used for us in the early days. And you know, kind of generally there was, you know, the fluffy shirt contingent, but then it was metal, no hard rock and metal. That was the stuff that really worked for us. I'm trying to think of some of the other bands. I mean, I, you know, I interviewed Dave early on. On van Halen early on opposite great interview, for sure, right. Yeah, it's pretty much one question sit kill, right? Would you have a guy like that? And like would you be like, like, is this guy's too much? Or was it kinda fun? Or was it a little bit annoying? I love day. Yeah, I love Dave. I spent a lot of time with him actually went on the road with him for a while. Kidding, with van Halen or solos with solo. So right after he left was the concept behind that. He, you know, we, we wound up getting friends at the us festival, I say, eighty three. And in that video, the video that interview is on YouTube and I encourage you to check it out. I mean, I've seen Dave, you know, hammered in a lot of situations, but never like that and it's hysterical. Yeah, he's so funny..
"mtv" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And so because most of them were British interested Brits were doing it because like you said, you wouldn't see them. I remember solid gold that show. Yeah, would show a clip from time again, you know, and you'd see it here and there, but like you mentioned, it was never anything really concrete of as far as this network and even cable telev-. As a whole was there was a lot of cable stations, right? You know, our our luck MTV was amazing because we came at a time when it was right for cable to start to blow up and MTV wound up selling cable, half the reason that it became so popular with cable operators because suddenly everybody, it was a phenomenon. Everybody wanted to see it. So that was the way to get him to sign up. So when you was it based on a New York than the original yucky. Okay. So when you get the call, do you have to audition? I mean, what's the kind of the process for that? You know, I was just walking up the street with with my daughter the other day she's visiting, and we pass what is what was at the time the share it in hotel at like fifty. Fifth and seventh, that's not not your Primo New York hotel as a total fleabag. But that was where I had to go to meet this producer and it was like, I was like, like a Harvey Weinstein situation going on, right? It was like kinda creepy. You know, like you come to four thirty five and you knock on the door. There's some guy sitting on the bed. You know, this is my my meeting, but yeah, that was the the first, my first entree, and then I did to auditions. The first one there was I understand about a thousand fifteen hundred people. Something like that addition in New York LA Chicago. I think they were in New Orleans also, and so they had a bunch of people that they were seeing in each of those cities. So the first one was just may on a stool and a student, a studio that was like twelve degrees, you know, and and there was like an interrogation, just like a spotlight on my face and a camera, and I knew that I had to do so music news and just talk about music, who was the guy that can create, who's this producer that you talked about the created. It was a guy that I knew from he didn't create it, but this was my first entree was a guy named Richard Benson. Van Gogh who I think it's, I don't know. I think he's still doing television, but he was with us just for the first few months of MTV, but he was with with the company at this at the beginning before we launch, and he was a producer on TV in Philadelphia. So a friend of mine was also friends with ham, and we had done stuff in Philly. He and I. And so that was sort of just a roundabout way that I heard about this being outweighed for our video muse. And of course you probably thinking like, how long does this go? Ask? Who's going to watch videos that that's definitely the assessment. It's like, get your little buddy. You'll dogs on my lap. Now that's Oliver the pug who, oh my God, let it be climbed up on your lap. He's my co host for the show. But you know the idea twenty four hour video, right? It's to me, it was like, okay, you know, I'd seen videos thought, all right. I mean, I think it'll be around seems like a good idea and I I was working at the number one rock station in the number one market in the country. If you're in radio, that's where you're headed. Yeah, you know. So for me to say, I'm gonna quit, you know, as ABC and ABC affiliate. And it was a big station in a big career thing for me. I left Billy to come here to do it, but I was hating it. So yeah, I mean, they I did that I dish in. I got called back like three or four weeks later was nail biting for four weeks. And the second one was a little bit more intense. They had this guy, Robert Morton who went on to be David Letterman's producer and he was friends with Letterman and Morty you know, he would mention more on the early days of the show..
"mtv" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"That's a true radio pro, making sure your phone is off. I can tell the biz for awhile kid and talking about being the biz we're here at Mark Goodman's house, and we met when I did some press for the Fosse record Brown. When you're your show on Sirius debatable and the first thing I said you was guy saw your sign, it live. Dude, you blew my mind that you remember that. Well, the worst season of Saturday Night Live. It was one of the worst cast rich hall was the guy who did me. Yeah. Oh my God, I was blown. What was so funny because you know, when you do press tour, you go around to place those place and they didn't even really focus in this. We're going to this. That's Marc Goodman, dude, that's one of the original MTV Jays and the guy who was on site live. That's what made you like to me if you can make it on Sunday Night Live. That's a big deal. I felt the same way I was blown away as you know that you're going to be on. But I knew rich before before that when Ritz was just doing stand up and he was like doing teeny clubs. I was a DJ in Philly, and we did shows with him all the time. So I knew him. I spent a lot of time with him. You know, just hanging around having cocktails, you know, so for to see him when he got the gig and then him doing me on there was. A big curly. I was a lot better dresser anyway. Shitty like army jacket or something, you know. And I was just like, I don't dress like that. I just like nice vasts shit that made you part of the cultural zeitgeist though, and just by proxy of being once again, one of the ridge five VJ's on MTV which people still talked about to this day. Yeah, there is. You. Five of us. Remember I'm from Canada, so I never had much. Erica. Actually knows funny. There's a guy who's called j. d. Roberts and he was one of the regional much disease. Our reporter on CNN, John Roberts, John Roberts much music JD, Robert y. The metal show the power, so. Okay. So it's market men, Alan, hunter, a Martha Quinn. Everybody. I remember Martha who's the blonde girl. There was a blonde girl to Nina equa Blackwood and Jackson Jackson, they go. Wow. So the late great. Guide almost say almost twelve years ago now. Okay. So we're talking though about this and kind of you mentioned your DJ in Philly. Videos at the time were basically promotional clips because you see them from time to time. There's a few Beatles kiss I was made for love and you type thing. Where were those video shown at that time? While we the odd thing, you know before MTV before I even heard about MTV when I was still working in radio in Philly. I was at this the number one rock station in city, and I was about to to host a video music show on UHF. We all remember you. So I was going to do on Friday nights an hour, long video music show that would be simulcast by my station than they music director. And I was already doing, you know, on an air shift, six days a week plus music director, and I just didn't even stop doing that. That seventy nine nineteen eighty. I moved to New York and within I was working at at PL j. at the number one station in New York and hating it just because we. Weren't playing anything cool that I really wanted to play. And I got the call about MTV like a friend of mine from Philly called said, we know this guy's a producer and they're doing this thing with twenty four hour, good music channel. And I had seen them as music director in Philly. When record companies would bring in if like Duran, Duran particular when I remember that they brought planet earth videos from planet earth girls on film particular, and that's what they used them foreign in Britain was they used them for top of the pops, a lot of times bands, the couldn't make a performance. They would have video and that's what they would show. And that's why in the beginning of MTV, you know, we had like three videos just rotated over and over..
"mtv" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"MTV Jay Mark Goodman, one of the original five VJ's to introduce MTV to the world in nineteen eighty one in August, pretty much thirty seven years ago. It's hard to believe, but Mark members, some of the videos gene are did for MTV back when MTV still played. Music videos, Marcus. Also talking all about the launch of MTV. It debuted August first nineteen Eighty-one. Well, like I said, thirty seven years ago, you'll discover where and how they got the videos that started the channel. There wasn't a lot of rock videos back then how Mark got the job and what it was like in those early days of MTV he remembers his audition his first day on the air. And the reason why he and Alan hunter still fight about being the first MTV VJ to the state who is the actual, I will find out Marcellus talk of his favorite interviews from his days there like the time he sat down with Paul McCartney his first conversation with Madonna hanging out and partying with David Lee Roth and van Halen. He's also talking with interviews. He did not get to do like the time. Martha Quinn got to talk to Bob Dylan instead of him. He's still mad about that. So original NTV j. turned Sirius XM radio host, Mark Goodman coming up also coming up. The next leg of Judas rising tour in the United States. We're starting up again tomorrow with Adelaide is way stone broken in the. For tomorrow in Birmingham tonight sold out in Atlanta Friday night, August twenty, four th we're sold out tonight. Birmingham tomorrow, Saturday, Sunday, Huntsville, Alabama, sidetracked, music hall. And then we go to Clarksville Tennessee and O'Connor's on the twenty ninth Springfield, Illinois at the Bank of Springfield center on August. Thirtieth my wife's birthday and August thirty first in Little Rock, Arkansas at the revolution. Music room don't forget about September. First in aftershock in Miriam get Kansas Kansas City. And then of course, taste of Madison on October. Second lot more dates after that, we're going all the way to.
"mtv" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Very gordy motown rockwell's motown so very gordy son rockwell is yeah cutting out a bunch of kids right because another one's out there yeah right yeah red fool isn't it that's right yeah that's right from the f a o l a fao remember how big they were part right here i mean old asset the size of the herbie hancock them for night the herbie hancock video from mtv they had those mannequin legs running back and i'm like well that's weird twelve or three that's different quite get what they're going for right here but all right i like the song did man shot out to i gotta give this fun fact i guess mtv fun fact first of all did y'all know that bt came out before mtv i didn't know no one in the world knew that i didn't know that they said it was a year before mtv mtv was bigger obviously so we forgot that soft launch from bt it will solve this all right so whisper shout out to david bowie i just read this that one day during the interview and this member early mtv or i mean it let's just say that they didn't respect all the ice cream flavors yeah the mtv's early history is not terribly diverse no and all and michael jackson was the only dude thank you and so before michael jackson even so they had rick james prints all these guys out big time michael jackson's of course others and none of them got airplay before thriller so here's the thing david bowie they said this is what really started internally he's doing the interview he's use time david bone mtv mtv so they just go up to him like a normal interview.
"mtv" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Times or based on actual paranormal police files and i collected those from law enforcement and firemen and mtv's and told some very interesting and scary stories so that's that's where i'm at today that you had what was one of your first that you will just never forget haunted house what happened in who died in there.
"mtv" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Gentlemen oh from his jens mtv's rally show from jeez suggestions that's where we got introduce terrific who has an mtv tattoo on his neck if i'm recalling the right riffraff and yeah it was actually a great show it was hosted against said two seasons i must have washington thousand eight two thousand nine and yeah it was great okay anyway this ele camilla completely out of the photo that's amazing as they should have so should we get into this episode or should we have more is the stuff i guess in your life maybe i won't go back the first two seconds were the only time i was upset during this episode because herb set for batteries ends because going into this re them trying to recast like the energy and excitement of the deliberation of who just goes out totally blew that for me like the suspense from last week's episode did not carry over to me for the beginning of this one non and advertising it's always the major point that is quite annoying because again this took what two minutes at the top of the show this clip that at the end it with like cg and car a b o wall bull shobin because we're gonna come right back and we're going to crush goals boom ended up so that's all they need to do and then he would a good momentum moving into this week the best thing about ct the only good thing about ct going to their attention has for me is the clip of him saying i'm going to come back and rip your heads off your old school setha yeah no surprise this here i was it did pay off so good on you and everyone who expected that it did pissed me off when jordan's like this is the shot i don't wanna miss an opportunity i'm like we've watched you missed opportunity after opportunity when you're doing the doublecross so let's not act like this is your first taste of power were you surprised seven balls power of anyone them if our season.
"mtv" Discussed on High and Mighty
"There's more rules out ear there are no fucking rules in new york a gino who you know from their last gig like you all you want to do this thing on friday is done i i told a ton of people there like how'd you get a star in the business i was like i would say like my first 10 jobs after working at vh one in mtv networks all came from connections i had from working at mtv and and i think there's like the the silver lining to mtv not being a a great place to work forever in like a staff position here because because of that you get to know so you've worked on so many shows you have so many people that are like shit i need a writer let's get goals you know what i mean like why are so many people that you've worked with that of now deaths disseminated around mtv and broader where it's like how many people that i started with working production now work at like the most like so some of my best week ever people that i shared cubes with one works for the dallas cowboys one works in boston and film they like all like they're every scatter and cause there are all people were driven but it's not necessarily a job you can keep forever especially if you switch to writer that's a different story i'd evidently you fell into a rut of my like whatever job i was on would be like winding down and i'd be in the lodge and i'd run into and selling they black hey what are you doing what are what are you that next time like nothing believe he went to write this britney spears clip showing a big share yeah right and like never increase my rate never because it was just like friends i was like yeah i'll work for six more weeks whatever and then well that's the other thing that i am tv do because there's and that freelance lifestyle where it's like.
"mtv" Discussed on High and Mighty
"Every the shit you're doing and maybe it's a problem with empty be now is it's like sort of what you did on the last king so it's igf i'm very good at this well i got i just got into this whole like i love dill i loved awards shows and live tv and stuff like right out of the gate i wrote like five woody awards which was mtv use award show donald is one of those are in the identity i did that one year pearson and i was like the bruce vallance of the woodies by that time five i did like five new year's shows which will get into a because i have fun jersey shore while letting of those are the jobs that are as the fun ones at mtv because it's like this sixweek gig or five we get at leeds until one jail and it's lively so you don't have to do when you're when you're coming up in mtv you want like one of you want to job that starts and ends at a good time so you can get on another one or you want one that's like like i got on i remember my first job first interned on i love the 90s part due sovietlike bhddh why i was at sixteen 33 i worked at vh one then i went to arm then i went to shit celebrity diet secrets was my first job transcribing interviews with moby mel c and some soap opera they really dug deep on celebrity diet seek for one at one episode than i did top twenty music videos or two thousand four which was like a standard vh one bad now barely failure what who is the hosts are nouad.