MTV: Why are you still watching TV shows?

When MTV launched its new news channel, MTV News, in 2009, it made the news a part of the channel’s content.

Now, it’s trying to make it a little bit more fun with its own shows, with a new twist: you can watch them as they air, in their entirety, and then rewind and watch the first 10 minutes of each one.

The idea is to make a way to watch all the news at once and then skip it later.

The first 10 minute show will be the “first half” of the new channel, while the rest of the hour will be available as an episode.

“It’s a lot more fun to watch these news and talk shows,” says Mark Cerny, MTV’s senior vice president of news.

“You can actually skip them at any time and watch them all at once, and you get to see what’s going on in your own city, the news coverage that’s coming out of the local news outlets and the local political news.”

The new channel is being launched today, and will be live on the MTV website.

The new feature will be rolling out to other networks this month, with more news to come later this year.

There will be an added bonus, though, because all the new shows will be in the MTV archives, and the company is working to make the channels look and feel like they came straight from the newsroom, says Cernys boss, Jason Schwartz.

The channel is a way for MTV to keep its brand intact.

And MTV has a lot of other news channels to go around.

The parent company also owns cable TV news networks, including the popular The O’Reilly Factor, and some cable news shows, like The View.

MTV has also launched a new, non-mainstream channel called MTV Unplugged, which is dedicated to podcasts and video games.

And there are a lot to cover on MTV.

The MTV channel is going to be full of great, original programming, including new shows like “The Real Housewives of New York City,” “MTV Unplugted,” “The Talk,” and “The Ringer.”

It’s also going to focus on some of the biggest news stories of the day, like the FBI’s announcement about the sexual assault of a high school freshman.

And it’s also bringing in some of its own talent, like DJ/producer/writer Mark Cenac, who will also be on the show.

“I’m really excited to be able to bring a whole new world to the MTV brand, and I’m excited to bring that world to your ears, and hopefully to your friends and your family,” says Schwartz.