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  • Christian Ferris

    Buggles - Video killed the radio star 1979 - first music video to ever be played on MTv when it was still "Music Television". Who knew that reality TV would kill the videos???

  • Deanna Burris

    Buggles "Video Killed The Radio Star' - Technically a 70's song, but the first video played on MTV today in 1981...actually watched this with my husband (were not married at the time).

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    How much time did you spend watching versus reading today? The answer to that question drives one of the strongest trends in content marketing: Videos. The numbers behind video consumption, according to YouTube statistics, are hard to fathom: YouTube users watch more than 6 billion hours of video each month. Every minute, users upload more […]

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