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Club MTV (British and Irish TV channel)

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Club MTV
Club MTV logo.svg
Launched20 April 2001 (2001-04-20)
Closed20 July 2020 (2020-07-20)
NetworkMTV
Owned byViacomCBS Networks UK & Australia
Picture format576i 16:9 SDTV
Audience shareUK:
0.01% (October 2018 (2018-10), BARB)
SloganThe channel that never sleeps.
CountryUnited Kingdom and Ireland
LanguageEnglish
Broadcast areaUnited Kingdom and Ireland
Formerly calledMTV Dance (2001–2018)
Sister channel(s)
Websitemtv.co.uk/club-mtv
Availability
(at time of closure)
Satellite
Sky
(UK & Ireland)
Channel 354
Cable
Virgin Media
(UK)
Channel 314
Virgin Media
(Ireland)
Channel 705
IPTV
TalkTalk TV
(UK)
Channel 540

Club MTV formerly MTV Dance was a 24-hour electronic dance music channel operated by ViacomCBS Networks UK & Australia launched on 20 April 2001.[1] Available in the United Kingdom & Ireland on subscription satellite and digital television services. The channel played dance, EDM, trance, house, rave, club, Eurodance and sometimes urban music. The channel, along with MTV OMG and MTV Rocks closed on 20 July 2020, with a chart based on the channel's former content airing on MTV Base.[2] "High on Life" by Martin Garrix featuring Bonn was the last music video played on the channel.

MTV Dance Europe was later rebranded as the European version of Club MTV in June 2020, as was the Australian version a month later.

Concept and expansion

MTV Dance originally started out as a night-time programming slot on the now defunct digital music channel MTV Extra.

On 3 September 2001, The strand expanded to become a standalone music channel broadcast on Sky in both the United Kingdom and Ireland, where it initially timeshared with Nick Jr. every evening between 19:00 and 06:00. The sharing of a stream subsequently ended; since 13 August 2002 MTV Dance has broadcast as a 24-hour music channel.

MTV Dance began broadcasting in widescreen on 6 March 2012.

Expansion around Europe

On 7 March 2008, MTV Dance increased its presence around Europe, when MTV Networks Europe replaced the Europe-wide feed of MTV Base with a similar feed of MTV Dance.

From 10 January 2011 a feed of the MTV Dance channel launched in Italy on Sky Italia, replacing MTV Pulse. In 2014, MTV Dance, as well as MTV Rocks and MTV Hits started broadcasting European versions, without commercials or teleshopping. MTV Dance Europe was rebranded as Club MTV in June 2020.

Expansion into Australia

VIMN launched the channel in Australia on 3 December 2013. MTV Dance Australia was rebranded as Club MTV in July 2020.

Logos

[3]

Programming

  • Crank It! Club MTV's Big 20
  • Non-Stop Bangerz!
  • Wake Me Up!
  • Sleepin' Is Cheatin'
  • Big Weekend Tunes!
  • Big Summer Tunes!
  • Reload! ...'s Biggest Anthems!
  • Brand New Video!
  • 3 / 5 / 10 Big Ones
  • Every Dance No. 1 Of The 90s / 00s / 10s
  • 20 / 50 / 100 Biggest Songs of the 90s / 00s / 10s
  • The MTV Dance Chart Top 3 / Top 5
  • The MTV Dance Chart No. 1
  • Top 10... / Top 20... / Top 50...
  • Hands Up 4 ...
  • Double Drop: ...
  • ...: Official Top 10 / Top 20

Formers

  • MTV Dance Chart Top 5
  • Brand New Video!
  • 00s Eurodance: Top 5!
  • Late Night Mix!
  • Feeling Fresh
  • Big Tunes!
  • Sick New Beats & Massive Bangers
  • DJ Duel
  • Big Beatz of the 2010s
  • Remixed!
  • Club MTV
  • Reloaded! Top 10
  • Club MTV Pre-Party
  • Mint Dance Hits! Top 50
  • Brekkie Bangers!
  • Friday Night Warm-Up
  • Friday Night Mash-Up
  • Saturday Night Warm-Up
  • It's Now vs The 00s Baby!

References

  1. ^ "New launch Club MTV goes live". Broadband TV News. 23 May 2018. Retrieved 9 April 2020.
  2. ^ "MTV to close three UK channels next week". Media Mole. 13 July 2020. Retrieved 13 July 2020.
  3. ^ "Television Pages – The MTV strap on MTV Dance". www.alexmusic.net.

See also

External links

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