Robert W. Pittman was listed in the Spring 1995, Advertising Age special TV 50th Anniversary Issue as one of “50 Who Made a Difference” in the history of television. Known as “the father of MTV,” at 27 he created the programming for MTV - the Music Television cable network - launched in 1981. MTV revitalized the music business and spawned the music video industry, which in turn influenced an entire new generation of television programming, production, and commercials that appealed to “the MTV generation” of young viewers.
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