VH1 Live! - Netflix
Wed 19 June 2019
Political commentator, Morehouse College professor and award-winning journalist Marc Lamont Hill loves to converse about complex issues like race relations and Islamic terrorism, but it's his obsession with TV's ``Love and Hip Hop'' franchise and all-things Rihanna that forms the basis of "VH1 Live!". The weekly late-night talk show puts a pop culture spin on the hottest entertainment news and gossip, and Hill guides the conversation as host, using book smarts and North Philadelphia-born street savvy to infuse his opinions. The series is produced by the same studio behind Bravo's popular ``Watch What Happens Live'' and will incorporate a lot of the interactivity used on that Andy Cohen-hosted show by asking the studio audience and viewers at home to participate via social media.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
VH1 Live! - VH1 Classic Europe - Netflix
VH1 Classic Europe, also known as VH1 Classic European, is a music television channel from Viacom International Media Networks Europe. The channel primarily features music videos from the 1980s through to the 2000s (decade), although rare live performances from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s can be seen as well. VH1 Classic was first launched in the United Kingdom on July 1, 1999 and made available from the beginning to the whole of Europe. However, the current pan-European service was launched in November 30, 2004, when it became a separate feed from VH1 Classic UK. Like VH1 Europe, it broadcast from MTV Networks Europe's premises in Camden Town (London, UK). It is officially available to viewers all over Europe and Latin America (except the UK & Ireland and Italy and San Marino). Unlike VH1 Classic UK, the pan-European version of the channel is entirely devoid of advertisements, with round-the-clock music videos played out from MTV Networks Europe's comprehensive library in London.
VH1 Live! - Attempts to transition VH1 Classic Europe to widescreen - Netflix
Like the now-defunct Italian feed of MTV Classic, VH1 Classic Europe airs in 4:3 standard definition aspect ratio. There were a very few attempts to transition this channel to widescreen, but they were failed due to several technical issues. The first widescreen transition attempt happened on August 19, 2015 at 7:00AM CET, which caused VH1 Classic to have severe technical issues for a minute, then it went widescreen temporarily until 7:45AM CET, which the music video was abruptly changed to “The Sweet Escape” by Gwen Stefani and reverted to 4:3. The recent widescreen transition attempt happened on February 9, 2016 at 7:00AM CET, when a fragment of the music video of the song “I Don't Wan't Miss a Thing” by Aerosmith played, but it abruptly shifted to the on-air ident instead, which also failed.
VH1 Live! - References - Netflix