Nick Lachey Preps To Host VH1′s ‘Big Morning Buzz Live’

Nick Lachey Preps To Host VH1′s ‘Big Morning Buzz Live’

By Meaghan Ellis February 27, 2014

Nick Lachey has a new gig! Next week, the former 98 Degrees star is set to debut as the host of VH1′s Big Morning Buzz Live. According to the Cincinnati Inquirer, the weekday talk show reboot is set to take place in front of …

Basketball Wives Get Picked Up for a Fifth Season Basketball Wives Get Picked Up for a Fifth Season

“Basketball Wives”, the VH1 program that chronicles the day-to-day antics of a group of women who just so happen to be “romantically involved” with professional basketball players, has been renewed for a fifth season. In the wake of all the …

Foursquare, VH1 Partner To Save The Music Foursquare, VH1 Partner To Save The Music

Foursquare has partnered up with VH1′s Save The Music Foundation to raise money through check-ins. All you have to do if you’re a Foursquare user is follow VH1 on Foursquare, and check-in to a music venue (or specific concert, since …

Viacom’s Ridiculous SOPA Support Pitch Video Viacom’s Ridiculous SOPA Support Pitch Video

That’s Professor Chaos from South Park which appears on Comedy Central, which is owned by Viacom. The reason the image is leading this post is because it’s Viacom’s intellectual property, vicariously, anyway, and after watching their propaganda video supporting SOPA, …

Virgin America To Offer Music Videos

Virgin America and VH1 have partnered to offer domestic, on-demand music video library on the carrier’s New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington DC and Las Vegas routes.

Viacom Once Abusing DMCA Again?

It appears Viacom hasn’t learned its lesson after its last abuse of the DMCA takedown notice. It’s now targeting a YouTube video that includes a clip of a VH1 show, which includes the unauthorized use of video created by the person who uploaded the YouTube clip.

Confused? This should help:

Here’s Your 15 Minutes And Your DMCA Notice
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It didn’t take long for user-generated content to translate to user-generated profit. But as the giants have their weird litigious and incestuous thing going on both in the courtroom and in the boardroom, YouTube users aren’t just getting the shaft, they’re getting mud kicked in their faces.

AOL To Stream Rock Hall Of Fame Ceremony

For the first time the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be broadcast live on VH1 Classic, and be streamed on AOL without commercials. The ceremony will air on Monday March 12 at 8 pm.

Previous induction ceremonies were only offered on a tape delay basis on VH1.

Internet Archive Prevails Over DMCA

The Internet Archive a non-profit group that was founded in 1996 to build an Internet library can breathe a little easier. The Library of Congress has published six exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.