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    Remember Friday Night Videos on NBC.

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    Cool thread ERR. Here is my video and a little history.

    Sharp Dressed Man--ZZ Top



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friday_Night_Videos

    History
    In the beginning, MTV was still a phenomenon that very few people actually could see in their homes, as cable television wasn't yet the "norm." Friday Night Videos took advantage of that fact and proved to be the next best thing.

    While it primarily showcased music videos by popular top 40 acts of the day, unlike its cable rival — Friday Night Videos tended to offer more variety, featuring artists from the genres of: pop, rock, R&B, and rap.

    In the beginning, the show was 90 minutes long, and consisted of music videos introduced by an off-camera announcer. In addition to this, classic artists of the 1960s and 1970s occasionally appeared in Hall of Fame Videos, major stars were profiled in Private Reels, and new clips made their network debuts as World Premiere Videos.

    The most popular feature was Video Vote. Two videos were played back-to-back, and viewers across the country could call in and vote for one of them, using nationwide 900 numbers for a small per-call fee. The winning video faced a new challenger the following week.

    Nick Michaels and Scott Muni were the off-camera announcers.


    The first year

    Michael Jackson's Billie Jean"Many of our viewers aren't familiar with music videos, so we're going to begin our first show with one of the best." — so stated the announcer at the beginning of the first telecast. Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean was the video chosen for this honor.

    During the early years, the Video Vote segment often received as many as 200,000 calls in one night. The first year ended with a final contest, pitting the videos with the most victories against each other. Callers chose ZZ Top's Sharp Dressed Man as the 1983 Video Vote Champion.

    Occasionally, FNV was simulcast on the radio, so viewers could hear the music in stereo. In December 1983, the show scored a ratings victory when it aired Michael Jackson's Thriller as a World Premiere Video.


    Celebrity hosts

    The second logo, used from 1983 to 1990.In 1985, FNV began to use different celebrity guests to host the show each week. Actors (many from other NBC network series), comedians, media celebrities and musicians all did their stint on FNV (usually in teams of two); a handful of whom made repeated appearances. As a result of the host banter, the show often would have to slightly shave off bits of the end of the videos to conserve time.

    Notable hosts have included:

    Ahmad Rashad and Phylicia Rashad
    Bobby Brown and Malcolm-Jamal Warner
    Darryl M. Bell and Tempestt Bledsoe
    Dave Coulier and Cree Summer
    Bob Saget and George Wallace
    Jason Bateman and Barry Sobel
    Justine Bateman and Michael J. Fox
    John Ratzenberger and George Wendt
    Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas
    Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon
    Mary Gross and Shelley Long
    Whitney Houston and Pebbles
    Debbie Allen and Kadeem Hardison
    Dawnn Lewis and Bobby McFerrin
    En Vogue and Johnny Gill
    Don King and Mike Tyson
    Matt Crane and Ricky Paull Goldin
    The cast of The Facts of Life
    The cast of Kate & Allie
    Elvira
    The Jets
    George Carlin
    Pee Wee Herman
    Patti LaBelle
    Madonna
    Howie Mandel
    New Kids on the Block
    Paul Shaffer
    Ozzy Osbourne
    Dr. Ruth Westheimer
    Stevie Wonder

    Late 1980s/Early 1990s

    Elvira hosting in 1988.In 1987, the show was cut from 90 minutes to 60, and its starting time was moved back from 12:30 a.m./ET to 1:30 a.m., as a result of Late Night with David Letterman now with an additional Friday broadcast at 12:30. In 1989, FNV gave out its own awards, naming Michael Jackson the Greatest Video Artist of the Decade.

    In early 1990, NBC sporadically ran a Saturday morning edition of Friday Night Videos for viewers who missed the show hours earlier because of its late night time slot. That fall, the network premiered a clone show on the Saturday morning line up called Saturday Morning Videos, which followed Saved by the Bell and was basically a campier version of Friday Night Videos that targeted the lead-in teenage audience. It was cancelled in 1992.


    Logo used from 1991 to 1993In late 1990, FNV began to move away from an all-video format. Regular bumper segments were added, featuring Judy Tenuta (The Goddess of Gossip), Richard Belzer (Ask the Belz), Kim Coles (Girl Talk), Tom Kenny (Music News), and James Stephens III (Rapitorials).

    In 1991, live in-studio musical performances were added. Tom Kenny, meanwhile, became the regular on-screen host, while popular radio personality Frankie Crocker hosted his own feature, Frankie Crocker's Journal — which highlighted important dates in music history. Shortly thereafter, Crocker took over as host, sharing duties with Darryl M. Bell (who was later replaced by Branford Marsalis in 1993) while continuing to host Frankie Crocker’s Journal.


    Format change

    Friday Night's logoIn January 1994, after years of falling ratings and seemingly becoming more and more insignificant in the wake of the cable television boom that allowed more households to have access to MTV, the show was retooled in an attempt to stay relevant. Moving to NBC Studios in Burbank from New York, the name was shortened to Friday Night, and became less of a music video show and more of a general entertainment and variety program—featuring celebrity interviews, stand-up comedy, movie reviews, live performances, viewer polls, and comedy sketches. Subsequently, the show now only made room to air approximately two music videos per episode. The new format brought two new hosts: comedians Henry Cho and Rita Sever. In 1996, Rita Sever took over as sole host. The old Video Vote segment, meanwhile, was resurrected and renamed "Friday Night Jukebox."

    For the host segments after 1998, Sever would be seated or standing in front of the giant videoscreen on the right side of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno set, near the guest's entrance.


    The twilight years

    Late FridayIn 2000, despite having its highest ratings in years, the show was once again reformatted by NBC for budget reasons. As is, Friday Night's last telecast was December 29. On January 5, 2001, the show came back being called Late Friday. Completely nixing music and entertainment segments, the show now solely revolved around stand-up comedians doing their stage routines. After 65 epiosdes It was replaced by Last Call with Carson Daly, which was extended to five nights a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer Nights in Cabo View Post
    Cool thread ERR. Here is my video and a little history.

    Sharp Dressed Man--ZZ Top



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friday_Night_Videos

    History
    In the beginning, MTV was still a phenomenon that very few people actually could see in their homes, as cable television wasn't yet the "norm." Friday Night Videos took advantage of that fact and proved to be the next best thing.

    While it primarily showcased music videos by popular top 40 acts of the day, unlike its cable rival — Friday Night Videos tended to offer more variety, featuring artists from the genres of: pop, rock, R&B, and rap.

    In the beginning, the show was 90 minutes long, and consisted of music videos introduced by an off-camera announcer. In addition to this, classic artists of the 1960s and 1970s occasionally appeared in Hall of Fame Videos, major stars were profiled in Private Reels, and new clips made their network debuts as World Premiere Videos.

    The most popular feature was Video Vote. Two videos were played back-to-back, and viewers across the country could call in and vote for one of them, using nationwide 900 numbers for a small per-call fee. The winning video faced a new challenger the following week.

    Nick Michaels and Scott Muni were the off-camera announcers.


    The first year

    Michael Jackson's Billie Jean"Many of our viewers aren't familiar with music videos, so we're going to begin our first show with one of the best." — so stated the announcer at the beginning of the first telecast. Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean was the video chosen for this honor.

    During the early years, the Video Vote segment often received as many as 200,000 calls in one night. The first year ended with a final contest, pitting the videos with the most victories against each other. Callers chose ZZ Top's Sharp Dressed Man as the 1983 Video Vote Champion.

    Occasionally, FNV was simulcast on the radio, so viewers could hear the music in stereo. In December 1983, the show scored a ratings victory when it aired Michael Jackson's Thriller as a World Premiere Video.


    Celebrity hosts

    The second logo, used from 1983 to 1990.In 1985, FNV began to use different celebrity guests to host the show each week. Actors (many from other NBC network series), comedians, media celebrities and musicians all did their stint on FNV (usually in teams of two); a handful of whom made repeated appearances. As a result of the host banter, the show often would have to slightly shave off bits of the end of the videos to conserve time.

    Notable hosts have included:

    Ahmad Rashad and Phylicia Rashad
    Bobby Brown and Malcolm-Jamal Warner
    Darryl M. Bell and Tempestt Bledsoe
    Dave Coulier and Cree Summer
    Bob Saget and George Wallace
    Jason Bateman and Barry Sobel
    Justine Bateman and Michael J. Fox
    John Ratzenberger and George Wendt
    Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas
    Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon
    Mary Gross and Shelley Long
    Whitney Houston and Pebbles
    Debbie Allen and Kadeem Hardison
    Dawnn Lewis and Bobby McFerrin
    En Vogue and Johnny Gill
    Don King and Mike Tyson
    Matt Crane and Ricky Paull Goldin
    The cast of The Facts of Life
    The cast of Kate & Allie
    Elvira
    The Jets
    George Carlin
    Pee Wee Herman
    Patti LaBelle
    Madonna
    Howie Mandel
    New Kids on the Block
    Paul Shaffer
    Ozzy Osbourne
    Dr. Ruth Westheimer
    Stevie Wonder

    Late 1980s/Early 1990s

    Elvira hosting in 1988.In 1987, the show was cut from 90 minutes to 60, and its starting time was moved back from 12:30 a.m./ET to 1:30 a.m., as a result of Late Night with David Letterman now with an additional Friday broadcast at 12:30. In 1989, FNV gave out its own awards, naming Michael Jackson the Greatest Video Artist of the Decade.

    In early 1990, NBC sporadically ran a Saturday morning edition of Friday Night Videos for viewers who missed the show hours earlier because of its late night time slot. That fall, the network premiered a clone show on the Saturday morning line up called Saturday Morning Videos, which followed Saved by the Bell and was basically a campier version of Friday Night Videos that targeted the lead-in teenage audience. It was cancelled in 1992.


    Logo used from 1991 to 1993In late 1990, FNV began to move away from an all-video format. Regular bumper segments were added, featuring Judy Tenuta (The Goddess of Gossip), Richard Belzer (Ask the Belz), Kim Coles (Girl Talk), Tom Kenny (Music News), and James Stephens III (Rapitorials).

    In 1991, live in-studio musical performances were added. Tom Kenny, meanwhile, became the regular on-screen host, while popular radio personality Frankie Crocker hosted his own feature, Frankie Crocker's Journal — which highlighted important dates in music history. Shortly thereafter, Crocker took over as host, sharing duties with Darryl M. Bell (who was later replaced by Branford Marsalis in 1993) while continuing to host Frankie Crocker’s Journal.


    Format change

    Friday Night's logoIn January 1994, after years of falling ratings and seemingly becoming more and more insignificant in the wake of the cable television boom that allowed more households to have access to MTV, the show was retooled in an attempt to stay relevant. Moving to NBC Studios in Burbank from New York, the name was shortened to Friday Night, and became less of a music video show and more of a general entertainment and variety program—featuring celebrity interviews, stand-up comedy, movie reviews, live performances, viewer polls, and comedy sketches. Subsequently, the show now only made room to air approximately two music videos per episode. The new format brought two new hosts: comedians Henry Cho and Rita Sever. In 1996, Rita Sever took over as sole host. The old Video Vote segment, meanwhile, was resurrected and renamed "Friday Night Jukebox."

    For the host segments after 1998, Sever would be seated or standing in front of the giant videoscreen on the right side of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno set, near the guest's entrance.


    The twilight years

    Late FridayIn 2000, despite having its highest ratings in years, the show was once again reformatted by NBC for budget reasons. As is, Friday Night's last telecast was December 29. On January 5, 2001, the show came back being called Late Friday. Completely nixing music and entertainment segments, the show now solely revolved around stand-up comedians doing their stage routines. After 65 epiosdes It was replaced by Last Call with Carson Daly, which was extended to five nights a week.
    Dude! Awesome! That's the spirit. Thanks for that. I just remember watching it in 1988, 16 yrs old with my girlfriend religiously. I saw Jump and Panama for the first time on FNV.
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    now , im really starting to feel old. fnv back in the day....
    they hate if your the same , and they hate you if your different- evh

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    I thought this video was appropriate in honor of the links newest drummer, LLFHS.

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    A cool one from the 80s.

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    Those are pretty kewl to see after so long. I remember FNV very well - well kinda once the hangover cleared up.

    My favorite was the Jump vid cause it was weird to see the guys on a network channel. Back in the day it was surprising just to see them on mTV back when they actually played music vids.

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    I thought this video was appropriate in honor of the links newest drummer, LLFHS.

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    At some points during this solo I thought that the video was sped up. UNBELIEVABLE!
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    And Peter Gabriel with Sledgehammer

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