Music Choice/Dance Channel

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Music Choice/Dance Channel is a 24-hour non-stop electronic dance music channel that is offered by Music Choice and is available on cable systems and select satellite operators in the United States. Although the music is on audio, on the TV screen it will give information on the artists who performed them as well as tidbits on the Dance music community. The Music Choice/Dance Channel features DJs as artists such as Paul Oakenfold, Paul Van Dyk, Chris Cox, Jason Nevins, Sander Kleinenberg, Deep Dish, and much more. In 2009, it was merged with the Electronica channel, then on December 10, 2013, it was renamed to Dance/EDM. EDM is short for Electronic Dance Music.


In March 2015, the mix show lineup was expanded to four times a day (Sunday to Thursday only) and six times on Friday and Saturday.[2]

In addition to the music programming, Music Choice has also launched a Dance/EDM Video On Demand channel.


Music Choice/Dance Channel is a reporter in both Billboard Magazine's Dance/Mix Show Airplay and Mediabase's Dance Radio panels.[3]


  1. ^ "Music Choice". Retrieved 25 March 2016. 
  2. ^ Music Choice Expands Dance/EDM Channel from All Access (March 3, 2015)
  3. ^ All Access Debuts Dance Music Format Section from All Access (January 24, 2014)