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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Hit Video USA was a 24-hour music video television network based out of Houston, Texas. The station debuted in 1985 as a low power television station in Houston, operating on channel 5 there as 'TV5'.[1] The network currently streamcasts two music video channels — Top 40 Hits and Classic Favorites — on the Internet.

From 1985 to 1993, the station was located on the 35th floor of the Allied Bank Plaza/First Interstate Plaza (now Wells Fargo Plaza), a skyscraper in Downtown Houston.[2][3]

History

On September 17, 1987, a station spokesperson stated that the channel would go off the air within 30 days unless it received $5 to $6 million in new equity.[4] By 1990 it distributed music videos to 57 television stations in the United States. The venture removed obscenities from music.[5]

References

  1. ^ [1] Billboard Magazine Oct 5, 1985
  2. ^ Rendon, Ruth. "HOUSTON'S HIT VIDEO VIES FOR LARGER SHARE OF VIEWERS." Associated Press at The Dallas Morning News. March 29, 1987. Retrieved on April 8, 2010. "This isn't MTV -- it's Hit Video USA -- and the video jockey is talking not from New York but from the 35th floor of a skyscraper in downtown Houston."
  3. ^ "HIT VIDEO USA." Trademark Applications and Registrations Retrieval (TARR) at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Retrieved on April 8, 2010.
  4. ^ "HIT VIDEO CITES NEED FOR MORE FUNDING TO STAY ON AIR." The Dallas Morning News. September 18, 1987. Retrieved on April 8, 2010. "Hit Video, begun July 1985 as a music service on a Houston low-power television, started" and "A 24-hour music video service based in Houston, Hit Video USA, will go off the air in 30 days unless $5 million to $6 million in new equity can be raised, a spokesman for the company said Thursday."
  5. ^ "MUSIC: Pat Boone's Kind of Sound." TIME. Monday July 30, 1990. Retrieved on April 8, 2010.

External link

Hit Video USA https://hitvideousa.webs.com/home

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