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Samurai
07-14-03, 02:12 PM
I would like to compile a collection of current music videos in a high quality format. I would like your opinions on the best channels/programs to record them from. I am looking for complete videos with as little watermarking or writing as possible. Shows such as MTV's TRL that have the audience cheering before the video ends would not work. I am looking for current US Top 40 artists as well as international stars like Thalia.

If you guys can list some specific shows and channels that actually have full lenth videos without a ton of text or pormos for upcoming shows, that would be great. Thanks.

Also, anyone know of any sites that lists upcoming television appearences and performances? Something that I can search by artist. Thanks!

DGibFen
07-14-03, 02:16 PM
MTV2 might be your best source. or MTV during the overnight/morning AM hours when they aren't promoting upcoming programming during the day.

Da Thrilla
07-14-03, 02:35 PM
Fuse, MTV Hits and MuchMusic

dtcarson
07-14-03, 02:37 PM
If you have broadband, have you checked out Launch.com? You can select the artist/song, and you *may* be able to save the video to hard drive.

Samurai
07-14-03, 02:41 PM
Thank you for your responses. Downloading it is not an option because the quality is quite unacceptable. Also, it would be helpful if people can post DVDs that have videos as extras. For example:

Charlie's Angels - Destiny's Child
Austin Powers Gold Member - Beyonce, Britney Spears

Thanks again!

Rypro 525
07-14-03, 03:07 PM
with mtv 2 top 40 aint an option (if you mean pop music) they only play rock and rap, nothin else.

goLUCKY
07-14-03, 03:41 PM
Fuse

brtcmfn
07-15-03, 07:43 PM
VH1 Classics- The best of the 60's,70's, and the 80's

Giles
07-16-03, 08:41 AM
"Much Music" was my favourite outlet to watch videos but now I am not sure were it went from DC's Comcast channel list.

I wish BBC America would dedicate one of it's British video/music shows over to the US. (i.e, Top of the Pops)


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mediabear
07-16-03, 09:20 AM
Originally posted by Giles


I wish BBC America would dedicate one of it's British video/music shows over to the US. (i.e, Top of the Pops)


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There are forms you can fill out at the BBC America website to request certain shows. Several of us have requested BBCA to bring back Top of the Pops and Jools Holland.