If it is no longer called Music Television then what does MTV stand for?
They finally removed the words music television from beneath the MTV logo on the channel. So now that they have finally realized its not what they say they are, what does MTV stand for?
Thats a good question. After Googling it seems this web page has the answer.
http://social.entertainment.msn.com/mus … st=1617327
It would be rather hard to rename it since its been known as MTV for what, about 30 years or so?
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