Back in the day, when the M stood for Music, I spent many an hour parked in front of the tube watching Headbangers Ball and Yo! MTV Raps. I currently have no idea what MTV is about, and Comcast should feel free to drop them from my lineup. But I’m exceedingly happy to discover tons of classics videos have now been made available at MTVMusic.com. The library looks quite large and the videos are even embeddable. However, I’d like to see a little more detail on the video page (how about original air date), track purchase links to iTunes or Amazon MP3 (hey, make some money), and of course higher resolutions. And ultimately, I’d like to see the content back on my television. So, let me create a bunch of web playlists and stream them to my Roku box, Xbox, whatever. I’m willing pay.
Leave your recommendations in the comments, and here’s a few to get you started:
- AOL Shifts (Video) Gears
- YouTube Goes for (More) Mass Distribution
- NBC Content Lands on Amazon Unbox