Put your thoughts back decades ago, music is huge, MTV is king. Those days, aren't they? Before MTV was launched in 1981, we had to listen to the radio to hear our favorite band, but music video changed the rules of the game. Although MTV is still the first choice for many people to watch music videos, video Jockey (affectionately known as VJ) has become the past. No longer TRL , no longer headers ball . Wen. Join us, let's review some of the old faces in the network and see what they are doing now. The countdown began with Adam curry ' People. You can't be over 80 years older than this guy. Although he didn't spend as much time online as some people (he left in the early 1990s), he managed to make a mark.
curry is the person who made MTV online, giving them their first website and digital show. Mr. curry, 54, has been heavily involved in podcasting and has been called one of the founders of the media. He married partner Tina Snyder in 2018.
Alison Stewart is still reporting pictures of Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images
Alison Stewart boarded MTV as a journalist in 1991. In addition to displaying some of the 90's fashion looks, Stewart also reported serious topics such as the 1992 presidential election. For Stewart, MTV was just a ladder, and he later worked for CBS News. As of 2018, Alison and Alison Stewart hosted all events on New York City public radio station wync. According to her Wikipedia home page, the show focuses on hot topics and culture. Prior to his radio career, Stewart worked as a special correspondent for weekend news hour and Charlie Rose on public radio.
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