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Topic - Amy Doyle
The lyric music video _ which features words onscreen while a song plays _ is not a new phenomenon in music. Some consider Bob Dylan the pioneer of the lyric video when he released his 1965 song "Subterranean Homesick Blues," which features the singer holding up large cue cards with the song's lyrics.
Katy Perry's run of No. 1 singles has earned her the distinction of becoming MTV's first artist of the year.
Chris Brown and Lil Wayne are returning to the MTV Video Music Awards stage, while Adele will make her first appearance.
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One of MTV's iconic programs, the defunct "120 Minutes," is returning.
Doyle said MTV will be open to airing more lyric videos on a "case-by-case" basis.
"As soon as we knew (Timberlake's label) was going to push out a lyric video, we proactively asked them to let us make this an event the biggest way possible," said Amy Doyle, MTV's executive vice president of music and talent.