On this day in music history: August 1, 1981 - At 12:01 am, MTV, the world’s first 24 hour cable music network is launched. A joint venture between Warner Communications and American Express (i.e. Warner-Amex Cable, later Viacom, Inc.), the cable television channel originally shows music videos and concerts during its round the clock broadcasts (VJ segments are pre-taped). The original MTV VJ’s are J.J. Jackson, Mark Goodman, Alan Hunter, Nina Blackwood, and Martha Quinn (Jackson, Hunter, and Blackwood left in 1986, Goodman in 1987 and Quinn in 1991). The network will revolutionize the way music is marketed and promoted to a mass audience, forever changing the music industry.
Here are some fun faces made by guest of our last festival in February…beautiful faces :P
Our gorgeous models wearing some of our fun Other Duck gear.
THE DANCEBOX: by Mike Song and KRNFX (by mikeosong)
The emotions that can be conveyed through dance are sometimes stronger than any written story.