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Old 20th May 2012
Lives for gear

Originally Posted by chrisso View Post
Yes, but it could be that kids aren't interested in music videos any more and Corgan is wrong. He came to prominence in the MTV age after all. He could be pining for a scene he knows and understands.

Marketing generally follows the market.
If there was a burning need for music videos, there would be more places to see them.
If MTV had more viewers for music videos than reality shows, they would switch.
LOL, Youtube is the place to see them. I suppose they can't compete with that.

But their new shows suck.