MTV reaches out to music fans with video Web site

It has seemingly been years since MTV has actually played music videos. But the network is bringing back the tunes online.

It has seemingly been years since MTV has actually played music videos. But the network is bringing back the tunes online with a Web site featuring videos from MTV's music video archive. MTVMusic.com has videos ranging from the first video ever shown on MTV, The Buggles' Video Killed the Radio Star, to Britney Spears' recently released single, Womanizer.
 
This new site will bring back some of the fans of classic MTV who were into the channel when it featured more music. Blog buzz has been building about the new site, and here's betting a Facebook application is soon to follow.

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