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Yesterday, many of us were distraught to learn that Prince had died at the age of 57. People headed online to share their grief and many celebrities shared stories of times they had spent with the prolific musician and singer.
Has it felt like entirely too many years since youíve gotten a chance to vicariously live through a celebrity for a while by exploring their giant houses on MTVís Cribs? Well, it's coming back, but with one gigantic change.
This has been a sad day for lovers of music, as legendary artist Prince has passed away. His death is a blow to the music business, and MTV has found a way to honor him in a way that is both awesome and touching.
The news is coming just a few weeks after Viacom executive Philippe Dauman made some bold statements, noting that the next year will be ďa landmarkĒ for MTV. Go ahead, get a little excited.
After a successful and suspenseful first season, it was immediately announced that Scream would be back for a second season. Now, MTV has given us the first peek into Season 2 with a mysterious teaser.
MTV used to be the channel that teens and young adults looked to for their cultural touchstones. In the past few years, though, the channel has seen a decline in interest, so, the station is planning some big changes to stem the tide of defecting viewers.
It canít be easy for anybody to watch something change in a big way when they poured their energy into the foundation, so it must be incredibly difficult for MTV co-creator Tom Freston to watch the network resemble less and less what he helped to build. Here's what he thinks of it now.
In the world of BMX, there is arguably no bigger name than former MTV personality and X Games legend Dave Mirra. Sadly, the athlete was found dead today of an apparent suicide.
With 2015 winding down, itís time to networks to look back and see what worked and what didnít over the past year. The numbers are better for some channels than others, but four networks in particular saw significant drops in viewership.
Reality TV programs are generally extremely keen regarding the safety of contestants and crew, but accidents do still happen. Over the weekend, the MTV series The Challenge was filming in Argentina when two people associated with filming the reality series crashed in a helicopter.
Itís common knowledge that there are more commercials during TV programs than there used to be. While adding a few seconds here or there hasnít been all that noticeable, there are a few channels that are pretty bad offenders, with commercial breaks running as long as 8-10 minutes.
Ever since TV first came around, a plethora of different networks have come and gone that were dedicated to all manner of programming. Those that suck around haven't always stayed the same, though, and here are 8 channels that are nothing like they used to be.
To be expected, every nook and cranny of the Internet overflowed with loving tributes to Wes Craven and his illustrious career following the filmmaker's death on Sunday. We will probably see televised accolades over the next few weeks, and the first of those will come this week.
Anyone who is generally familiar with Miley Cyrusí VMA performances should know that sheís a bit out there in terms of costumes and general personality. This year, however, MTV actually handed Miley Cyrus the mic and asked her to host the whole shindig, which led to numerous costume changes, some wilder than the last.
The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards haven't even aired yet and they're already stirring up controversy. The Parents Television Council has sent a letter urging advertisers to reconsider buying commercial time during the broadcast, largely because of host Miley Cyrus.