FUEL TV Launches "THE MUSIC ROOM”
May 21, 2008
FUEL TV Launches “THE MUSIC ROOM”
New website section offers live performances from more than 150 artists
FUEL TV, the 24/7 action sports lifestyle network, has recently debuted the all-new music section of its website. Dubbed “The Music Room,” the music portion of FUEL TV’s website (www.fuel.tv/music) offers more than 250 videos of live musical performances from FUEL TV’s show “The Daily Habit” and gives music news, updates, and interactive polls to viewers on a daily basis.
“With the addition of ‘The Music Room,’ online viewers can catch any of the amazing artists’ live performances that they missed on ‘The Daily Habit’ and can watch their favorite bands perform over and over anytime,” says Daryl Berg, FUEL TV’s Director, Music Supervision and Licensing.
These musical performances are available through the website on demand for free. With this extension of FUEL TV’s website, users are able to not only immerse themselves in awesome music—they can share it with others by embedding these videos on their own MySpace or Facebook profiles, or any other website.
Performances are available from more than 250 artists including the likes of Public Enemy, Lupe Fiasco, Dinosaur Jr., Buzzcocks, Tokyo Police Club, Editors, Thrice, As I Lay Dying, Against Me!, Bayside, Rogue Wave, and Circa Survive.
The live performance section will continue to grow with MGMT, Atmosphere, The Kooks, Cut Copy and Dizzee Rascal scheduled to perform on The Daily Habit in the coming weeks.
To keep up on all the news about these amazing bands, FUEL TV has hired Colin Stutz, contributor to the Los Angeles-based Filter Magazine, to be its music blogger. Stutz offers his weekly commentary with articles that range from new artists, to pontification on Super Tuesday, and what goes on in Britney Spear’s neighborhood.