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AMV TV Show?[edit]

There have been rumors of a TV showcasing AMV's, so I went and check it out and there is in deed a TV show. The show is called 'Anime Fun TV' it’s supposedly only in San Antonio, as its apart of its public access programming. Thus far, they clam they are the first and only show showcasing AMV'S. There web address is http://www.animefuntv.com I don’t know if its worth mentioning.

Multi-Editor Projects[edit]

There should be mention of the "evolution" of AMV editing becoming more of a community effort with the creation of Multi-Editor Projects (M.E.P).

Academic source[edit]

If anyone is feeling energetic, Google Books has a book which is a large academic source. It devotes something like 34 pages to music videos and AMVs in particular. From skimming through, it looks like it can reference most of the stuff in this article and add a fair bit of content. --Gwern (contribs) 01:27 19 January 2009 (GMT)

Example of popular AMV (in Costa Rica)[edit]

12-19-02---- Music And Anime Mix In Costa Rica From Jay:

According to Irene Jimenez, producer of the Tv Show MXI, the classic Anime Music Video, Engel/Evangelion created by Erick Cadwell has become one of the most popular music videos in the tv show.They broadcast this amv since July and from that time they get phone calls every day asking for it. This AMV combines the music of the hit song ENGEL of the german band Ramstein with videos of the Evangelion TV series. MXI is on air from Monday to Friday at 5:00 p.m on channel 15, the universitary channel. Its the most known show of the channel and its really popular among the young people of the country.

http://www.animenewsservice.com/archives/dec29.htm --Gwern (contribs) 21:41 29 September 2011 (GMT)