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  • I know that when MTV debuted in the 80's it was all about showing videos

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      I must really really be behind the curve where it regards cable television stations and pop culture in general. I ran across this ad for fuse. tv and I really got confused as to what it was.

      Shown in the ad is a large close-up of a little girl who’s watching

      tv, wide-eyed, and with her hand covering her mouth. She’s made to look as if she’s pretty prim and proper.

      So I would imagine that whatever she sees is pretty shocking. That’s when I realized that the ad is for a cable channel that shows videos.

      It premiered last year sometime - but the ad doesn’t really say much about what the station is, exactly. I suppose this is the type of advertising that you do when you’re trying to be mysterious and capture the attention of your audience.

      To tell the truth, once I did some ...

      • fuse.tv (magazine ad)
      research about this particular channel, I really didn’t see how it was much different than any other channel on cable. I know that when MTV debuted in the 80’s it was all about showing videos.

      But now these “music” channels show more reality tv garbage than actual music. I

      am thinking that they should actually stop calling it MTV and call it GTV (for Garbage TV).

      That may be a little harsh. I have yet to actually tune into fuse.

      tv. But it seems like this channel is actually focused on music and not on the extracurricular crud that accompanies all the non-music.

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