A one hour long commercial disguised as a show. Has nothing to do with music, celebrities, or requests. An easy way for Viacom executives to manipulate the minds of the 10-18 yr old masses in order to mold them all into sheep. Viacom is friends with the recording industry, so the 20 seconds of each video on the Top 10 Countdown you see is intended to sell music quickly, hot off the press. This keeps the media companies from losing profits while the economy is bad.
show on mtv in which they show music bands on monitors to a fairly small crowd, also rating them from from the top ten (one being the highest). America TRL Located in building in central NYC with large glass windows so crowd outside can cheer and hold signs to whoever cares to look out the window. It features guest celebreties that appear on the show and take minigames that the celebrity plays for audience entertainment and so the convo doesnt go dead. usually scheduled during the evening around 5:00 eastern time for live show. Television show usually for ages 12-16 year olds.
stud:who gives a shit, lets go bang some chicks