OVERVIEW

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HD PRODUCTION, TELEVISION BROADCAST

Video Vinyl was a weekly televised music video show distributed nationally across the PBS Public Television Network.

The show provided viewers with a diverse selection of exceptional music content, and offered a vital alternative to the mediocrity presented by existing music television outlets. We did this by showcasing predominantly independent artists from primarily independent labels, as well as highlighted some of the less-saturated material from the majors. The labels we most heavily represented included Touch & Go, Matador, Domino, Astralwerks, Vice, Epitaph, Sub Pop, Warp, Mute, Stones Throw, Merge, Vagrant, Thrill Jockey, Victory, Rounder, Def Jux, Arts & Crafts, Kemado, Minty Fresh, Kranky, Secretly Canadian, Saddle Creek & 4AD.

Video Vinyl celebrated the music videos as a unique visual art form unto itself by uncovering the latest in cutting-edge animation and filmmaking. To that end, we supplemented each weekly six-pack of music videos with extensively researched background on the artists, labels, directors and styles––adding an informed cultural context to what is seen and heard. Since our core theme is diversity, every episode featured a wide array of musical genres, styles of video, and a broad representation of people, cultures, and countries.