MTV originally aired music videos as guided by television personalities known as " video jockeys " VJs ,  but in the years since its inception, the network significantly toned down its focus on music in favor of original reality programming targeting teenagers and young adults. Despite its success, the network's programming and influence have been the subject of controversy over the years. MTV has spawned numerous sister channels in the U. Several earlier concepts for music video-based television programming had been around since the early s.
I t's so unfair. No one understands you. People who actually have no idea tell you what to do all the time. About anything. No one is there when you discover something completely weird about the world. Not all the time. Some of the time.
What does a year-old girl dressed in a chador have to say on YouTube to amass more than , followers? To understand just how bad things have gotten on the platform, you need to see it for yourself. Users — and more importantly to YouTube, advertisers — have over the past year started to hold the platform accountable for enabling the exploitation of children and exposing them to disturbing content. But this video reveals an entirely different way the platform is harming kids: by letting them express extreme views in front of the entire world. She edits as well as scores the videos, which she says are comedic.
Sign in. Watch now. Matt spends the night with a girl in an elevator during power outage in a girls' college dorm. He never sees her.