To­day in Mu­sic His­tory

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - THE SOCIAL PAGE -

In 1984, Canada’s mu­sic video tele­vi­sion ser­vice, MuchMu­sic, went on the air with a launch party broad­cast live from Ci­tytv’s stu­dios in Toronto. The first video broad­cast was Eu­bie Blake’s Snappy Songs from the 1920s. It was the first film to use syn­chro­nized mu­sic. The sta­tion then aired a world pre­miere of the video for Rush’s The En­emy Within.

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