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'''Artist:''' Invincible
 
'''Artist:''' Invincible
 
 
  
 
'''Confronting Bodies:''' MTV
 
'''Confronting Bodies:''' MTV
  
 
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'''Date of Action:''' May 4, 2010
 
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'''Dates of Action:''' May 4, 2010
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'''Location:''' New York City
 
'''Location:''' New York City
  
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'''Description of Artwork:''' ''Ropes'' is a song by Invincible.  The music video for it had undertones of suicide and a very haunted look about it. <P>
  
 
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'''The Incident:''' Invincible submitted a music video for her song to mtvU, the MTV channel that targets college students.  Shewas told that her video had a high likelihood of being accepted and was asked to send a reformatted version. She did, but just a couple weeks later, Invincible received an email back.  MTV's content department officially approved the video for airing, but the standards department rejected it. She was advised that ''Ropes'' was "too problematic" with its "suicidal undertones." <P>
'''Description of Artwork:''' Ropes is a song by Invincible.  The music video for it had undertones of suicide and a very haunted look about it. <P>
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'''The Incident:''' Invincible submitted a music video for her song to mtvU, the MTV channel that targets college students.  Shewas told that her video had a high likelihood of being accepted and was asked to send a reformatted version. She did, but just a couple weeks later, Invincible received an email back.  MTV's content department officially approved the video for airing, but the standards department rejected it. She was advised that "Ropes" was "too problematic" with its "suicidal undertones." <P>
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'''Results of Incident:''' The video remains banned from MTV's airwaves. <P>
 
'''Results of Incident:''' The video remains banned from MTV's airwaves. <P>
 
 
  
 
'''Source:''' Salon.com: http://www.salon.com/life/broadsheet/2010/05/04/dj_invincible
 
'''Source:''' Salon.com: http://www.salon.com/life/broadsheet/2010/05/04/dj_invincible
  
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Latest revision as of 08:42, 30 December 2011

Date: 2010

Region: North America

Subject: Political/Economic/Social Opinion

Medium: Television


Invincible.jpg

Artist: Invincible

Confronting Bodies: MTV

Date of Action: May 4, 2010

Location: New York City

Description of Artwork: Ropes is a song by Invincible. The music video for it had undertones of suicide and a very haunted look about it.

The Incident: Invincible submitted a music video for her song to mtvU, the MTV channel that targets college students. Shewas told that her video had a high likelihood of being accepted and was asked to send a reformatted version. She did, but just a couple weeks later, Invincible received an email back. MTV's content department officially approved the video for airing, but the standards department rejected it. She was advised that Ropes was "too problematic" with its "suicidal undertones."

Results of Incident: The video remains banned from MTV's airwaves.

Source: Salon.com: http://www.salon.com/life/broadsheet/2010/05/04/dj_invincible