Really, you wonder if the Parents Television Council is secretly letting MTV write its press releases. Nicki Minaj's butt-heavy video for her new single Anaconda (why, yes, it does sample Sir Mix-A-Lot) dropped today, and the hip-hop artist's outfits and dance moves already have the PTC outraged about the VMAs, despite the fact that the broadcast is several days away.
Ariana Grande is amplifying her album release with a Twitter campaign starting today. The singer and MTV, along with their sponsor Pepsi, are using Twitter's Amplify advertising to debut four songs. The album launch coincides with this week's Video Music Awards, where Grande will perform.
Fans of MTV's House of Style can catch up on the latest fashion trends thanks to a Unilever-sponsored relaunch of the series online and on-air.
Has a music artist ever has as big of a social media response, and in particular inspired such a wealth of YouTube response videos in such a short burst of time as Miley Cyrus?
So perhaps you are a bit on the mature side, and haven't hit a club in a while. But you heard about Miley and "twerking" and you didn't want to look dumb. And maybe you found yourself sheepishly Googling the term, and are still a bit confused.
Twitter has struck a video-based deal with the United States Tennis Association and Heineken for the U.S. Open, which began today.
Sneer all you want at Miley's crotch-thrusting antics with Robin Thicke (for the four of you who weren't watching, see the entire Ron English-ish fever dream below)—the VMA's were outrageous enough to nab 10.1 million total viewers and a 7.8 rating among people 12-34 (the network's target demo).
When Katy Perry takes the mic for a song during Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards, the cable channel will temporarily shift focus from inside the event's arena—Brooklyn's