Mark Goodman, Nina Blackwood, Alan Hunter and Martha Quinn are reminiscing about the cable channels early days on a special radio documentary airing tomorrow on Sirius Satellite Radio.
Blackwood who was with MTV for five years is especially fond of her past, but admits shes glad she left when she did.
As she puts it: It was like graduating from high school.
None of the Vjs expected MTVs coming explosion, and were all shocked when they started getting bags of fan mail.
But Blackwood argues that the networks most important achievement was introducing bands like Duran Duran to the midsection of the country.
Blackwood is most proud of her lasting personal friendships at MTV, and adds: I just went and saw Martha Quinns daughter compete in gymnastics.
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