Non-stop music videos live-streamed - sounds familiar, right? Similar to MTV, Apple has just released Apple Music TV.

Music Videos All Day, Every Day

Apple Music TV was just launched on Monday, October 19th. From now on, Apple Music TV will constantly be streaming music videos old and new, music video premieres, some live artist performances, and chart countdowns. In the past, Apple Music has released exclusive interviews and concert films, but now that type of content will go to Apple Music TV. The music video platform can be found under the browse tab on Apple Music and Apple TV. Apple Music TV is great for unwinding after a long day at work or to put on in the background while friends are over.

Coming Up On Apple Music TV

For its first day of streaming, Apple Music TV started with a countdown of the top 100 songs streamed in the United States on Apple Music. Aside from the non-stop music videos, we can expect a celebration of Bruce Springsteen's upcoming album Letter To You with his most popular music videos playing throughout the day along with a special livestream featuring an interview done by Zane Lowe, host of Apple Music's radio station. This will take place Thursday, October 22nd.

Every Friday at 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT, Apple Music TV will premiere new music videos, this week premiering Joji's 777 video and Saint Jhn's Gorgeous.

Will Apple Music TV become the new MTV? Only time will tell.

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Las Vegas Unveils New Gateway Arches

Move aside St. Louis...Las Vegas is stepping up their arch game!

Las Vegas has long been known as the home to bright stars and even brighter lights. As one of the entertainment capitols of the world, the Nevada city receives just shy of fifty million tourists each year.

Now the city has added yet another spectacle to take your breath away. "The Gateway Arches" is a new 80-foot structure that holds over 13,000 LED lights. The retro Las Vegas sign in the perfect backdrop for a vacation selfie as you visit the city. The arches even play music.

You can see them for yourself along the south end of the strip near vintage downtown Vegas. No matter what your plans are, it's a can't miss attraction on Las Vegas Boulevard.

The entertainment districts in the city took some big hits during the national shutdown due to COVID-19. Now the city is reopening and inviting visitors back into theaters.

The MGM Grand Las Vegas recently brought back multiple shows which had been on an indefinite hiatus since March. David Copperfield, Carrot Top, and more can be seen performing again in new spaced out performance spaces.

We can't wait to visit the arches ourselves when tourism is safe again!