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Music TV is a sort of TV programming which centers overwhelmingly around playing music recordings from recording specialists, for the most part on committed TV slots broadcasting on satellite, link, or Streaming Platforms. 

Music TV slots may have their own shows and graphs and grant prizes. Models are MTV, Channel UFX, 4Music, 40 TV, Channel V, VIVA, Scuzz, MuchMusic, Kerrang! Television, RAC 105 TV, VH1, Fuse TV and Palladia. 

Preceding the 1950s most melodic transmissions were on a radio configuration. Most radio stations were unrecorded music, for example, Classical music communicates—for instance, the NBC Symphony Orchestra. During the 1950s broadcast TV, for example, NBC, CBS, and ABC tried to move their well known radio stations to a TV format,[1] like Texaco Star Theater, which went from a radio station to a telecast.

As organizations kept on forsaking radio for mainstream music broadcasting, the chronicle business tried to impact deals by utilizing TV as another vessel for advancing for their craftsmen. The coordination between record organizations and TV saw the fuse of melodic demonstrations in theatrical presentations like The Ed Sullivan Show (1948-1971), The Stage Show (1954-1956), and Texaco Star Theater (1948-1956). Columbia records was quick to use this technique by planning the arrival of a tune on CBS's Studio One and afterward delivering it on sound arrangement by the mark on the following day. This training presented the accomplishment of the broadcast design for melodic advancement