bpm:tv, Canadian television’s only dance network, launches its 2011-2012 season on Labour Day with a new lineup that puts the emphasis on big-name artists, live performances and interactive content.
Hip-hop. Breaking. Popping. Locking. Freestyling. Ever watched the dance routines in music videos and thought: “Sweet! I want to be doing that”? Well, time to stop thinking about it and start doing it. Time to Get Up N Dance.
Canada’s only dance station, bpm:tv, launches its fall season Sept. 6 with an electrifying lineup that will feature original new productions and showcase more stars, more exclusive interviews and more cutting-edge dance music videos than ever before.
Canada’s Dance Television Channel, bpm:tv continues to expand boundaries with their 2009-2010 program schedule. The network’s fall launch on September 7th will feature two of the channel’s perennial favourites returning with new looks, and a new show featuring indie artists will televise dance videos rarely ever seen on television.
For television viewers who do not currently subscribe to bpm:tv, Canada’s First and Only Dance Channel, April gives them an opportunity to see the programming they’ve been missing. The network will be free for all viewers, including non-subscribers, on every cable or satellite system that currently carries the channel.
Canada’s First and Only Dance Channel – bpm:tv honours the 30th annual Black History Month, in February, by spotlighting artists of African origin from showbiz superstars to industry up-and-comers.
For television viewers who may assume that digital channel bpm:tv is exclusively a “music video jukebox”, pandering to a mass audience of beat-driven dance hit enthusiasts, Fall 2008 will reinforce the channel’s position as Canada’s foremost purveyor of worldwide dance culture.
bpm:tv has announced the award-winning electronic music documentary Put the Needle on the Record will have its world broadcast premiere on its dance network Saturday, March 10th at 9 PM (ET). Filmed in Miami during the ultra-hot Winter Music Conference, this 80-minute documentary explores the evolution and growing global phenomena of both electronic music and its DJs in pop culture.
New acquisitions for bpm:tv include DJ MARKY D’s housemix and euromix, Cartunes and Remixed, Remade, Remodeled as well as FROMAGE, a series bringin you the cheesiest videos ever!
bpm:tv’s fall highlights includes new episodes of “Wildlife”, “bpm sportlight” and “Dancing with Lisa”. New specials include “DanceStar USA”, “Testio in Concert” as well as “The World Party On Tour”.
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