List of MTV VJs

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This is a list of people who have been VJs on MTV, the music video channel in the U.S. and around the world.

Originally hired to represent a wide array of musical tastes and personal ethnicities, VJs eventually became famous in their own right. Initially, they were nothing more than on-air personalities, but as the popularity of MTV grew, they began to branch out past just introducing music clips. Soon, they were considered by many to be full-fledged music journalists, interviewing major music celebrities and hosting their own television shows on the channel.

The + sign next to a VJ's name indicates that he or she was among the first on the channel.

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MTV U.S.[edit]

Current VJs[edit]

MTV2[edit]

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MTV[edit]

MTV News[edit]

MTV2[edit]

mtvU[edit]

MTV Chi[edit]

MTV Desi[edit]

MTV Asia[edit]

Includes the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, India, Hong Kong and Vietnam.

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MTV Australia[edit]

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MTV India[edit]

MTV Netherlands[edit]

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MTV Pakistan[edit]

MTV Philippines[edit]

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MTV Indonesia[edit]

MTV Thailand[edit]

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MTV Korea[edit]

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MTV Taiwan[edit]

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MTV Brazil[edit]

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MTV Europe[edit]

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MTV Germany[edit]

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MTV Russia[edit]

MTV Italy[edit]

MTV Latin America[edit]

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MTV Bangladesh[edit]

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MTV Canada[edit]

MTV Ukraine[edit]

MTV Estonia[edit]

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