Nitro Circus All-Access is your backstage pass to the stadium floor to meet with the new and up-and-coming stars.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Nitro Circus All-Access - MTV2 - Netflix
MTV2 (formerly M2) is an American digital cable and satellite television channel owned by Viacom Global Entertainment Group, a unit of the Viacom Media Networks division of Viacom. The channel was initially broadcast over-the-air in selected markets, where the former all-request music channel known as The Box was broadcast (which was acquired by MTV Networks in 2001 for the sole purpose of conversion to MTV2). The channel launched initially as a constant, commercial-free music videos, once the original MTV had started to change its direction to reality television and serial documentaries. During the 2000s, the focus changed as well on MTV2; music video programming has been moved gradually away from MTV and MTV2 to sibling networks. In February 2015, approximately 79,416,000 American households (68.2% of households with television) received MTV2.
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Music programming is seen during the AMTV2 block, which airs Monday-Fridays from 4 to 9 a.m. AMTV2 is blocked in as “MTV2 Jams”, which runs from 4AM-8AM Eastern, and “MTV2 Music Mix” (known on-air as Morning Music Buzz), which runs from 8AM-9AM Eastern. “Jams” primarily features hip-hop music videos, while “Music Mix” features a mixture of hip-hop, rock, and alternative videos. On October 28, 2012, MTV2 relaunched its Sucker Free series as The Week in Jams, followed by additional airings on MTV Jams. Where Sucker Free Countdown focused primarily on music, the expanded focus of The Week in Jams includes interviews, fashion trends, music, sports and hip-hop lifestyle. MTV recruited a stable of hip hop contributors to serve as the hosts of The Week in Jams and to provide expert commentary across MTV's channels including: mixtape legend, radio personality and television host DJ Envy; industry insider, radio personality and cast member of MTV2's Guy Code Charlamagne Tha God; Motown Records recording artist and songwriter Sofi Green; insider Maestro; and radio personality and nationally syndicated nighttime radio host Nessa, to join MTV hip hop expert and MTV News correspondent, Sway Calloway. However, the show hasn't been seen on MTV2's schedule since late 2013. 120 Minutes was also removed from the MTV2 schedule after its February 1, 2013 broadcast without announcement. A two-hour indie block called Artists to Watch took its slot during the same Friday 7 to 9 a.m. ET timeslot. MTV Clubland, an EDM block on the flagship network, premiered on March 30, 2013; it continues to be seen on AMTV As of November 2017, MTV2 no longer airs music videos.
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