Why you’re not getting enough of MTV News’ videos on the go
A recent survey by the music streaming service revealed that only 2 percent of MTV content is actually streamed online.
The number is even lower in video format, which according to the survey was less than 2 percent, with just a quarter of the clips available online.
“We do feel that it is important to reach a broad audience in order to remain relevant in a changing media environment,” MTV News CEO and Founder Steve Horowitz said in a statement.
“As a result, we are continually exploring new ways to deliver content to our audience.
We’ve also launched our own YouTube channel, and our first video-only series, The Best of MTV Music, is now available on YouTube.”
The series is dedicated to exploring the best songs and the most important music videos from the past decade.
Horowitz added that MTV Music has launched a new YouTube channel dedicated to video-exclusive content, “the ultimate place for video-centric content.”
He noted that the series has been a major success.
“MTV Music is a great way to engage with your favorite music lovers and fans on our YouTube channel,” he said.
“Whether it’s your favorite song, or your favorite band, or any other topic you want to see, we’ve got you covered.”