It’s been a decade since MTV aired its first episode of web TV, and it’s been five years since MTV announced that it would start to air a weekly web-only series, and six years since the first online video site, YouTube, launched in 2006.
MTV’s web TV lineup has changed a bit since then, but the basic premise is the same: A host and her crew sit around and watch clips of the day, while a producer then takes care of all the programming.
You can watch it on a tablet, TV, or laptop, or watch it through a computer, mobile phone, or tablet.
It’s a format that can easily be adapted to a range of devices, including the PlayStation 3 and the Roku 3, but if you’ve never heard of it, it’s still a relatively new format, with no plans to debut in the U.S. until 2018.
“It’s a little bit like watching an old-fashioned TV show in your living room,” said MTV senior vice president of programming Jon Sommers, who also oversees MTV News.
“The idea of being able to go to the kitchen, grab a meal, get some snacks and watch that, it feels very much like a home entertainment experience.”
So MTV has been experimenting with different ways to present its web TV offerings.
The company has done shows like the web series MTV’s Last Chance to Be Free, a weekly, live-streamed series that focuses on the story of an eight-year-old boy and his friends, which it created with a local radio station.
The series, which airs Fridays, is available on YouTube, which has more than 1 billion users and is the No. 2 video site in the world, behind only YouTube.
MTV has also experimented with other types of content on the site.
For the past few years, the company has experimented with an interactive version of its show called MTV News, which is available as a free app for iOS and Android devices.
The program, which MTV says has 1.5 million subscribers, includes a live blog that provides insight into the show.
The show also includes a host commentary section that provides commentary on the show and other segments of the show, and has been downloaded nearly 11 million times.
In 2014, MTV launched an online streaming service, MTV Live, which includes a variety of programming including the weekly web series “Piercing the Veil,” the live stream of MTV News on Sundays, and a new series called “The MTV Live Podcast,” which is a live-broadcast version of the MTV Live web series, but is not available to the public.
There are also a number of other web TV programs available on MTV Live.
In addition to the web-based shows, MTV has partnered with major brands like Macy’s, Sony, and Gap to produce live shows that are available to watch on YouTube.
The new series, “Penny Dreadful,” is a series that premieres on MTV in 2017, and will be available for free to anyone who has an Apple TV or Android device.
In a statement, Sommer said the “Punch Brothers” series, from the popular British sitcom, has been a great success and that it is looking forward to doing more with the platform.
“We’re excited to be able to continue the series with new hosts and other partners, and to share more about the new series,” Sommes said.
“Punters are the ones who put the fun in it, so we’re really looking forward and excited to get this series out there.”
MTV is also working on new series about superheroes, like “Criminal Minds,” which premieres in 2018.
In that show, a team of criminals tries to get a woman arrested after she is caught stealing money from a bank.
“That’s something we’re going to explore in the future,” Somers said.