WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO?
We at Nostalgic Records over the years have connected with a number of music video distributors such as, MTV, VH1 and BET JAMS. We offer artists/producers the opportunity to get their music videos aired on MTV, BET JAMS and VH1, reaching a global audience and huge exposure! We used to be on Fiverr.com, achieving nothing but 5 star reviews from satisfied and successful clients which you can check out on the reviews page, however due to their revenue system taking a lot from us, we weren't able to continue our services on their marketplace. We are currently in the works of establishing relationships with more networks, so stay tuned, and if you have any questions simply contact us via the live chat box in the right hand corner, if online we will reply right away, or via the contact form. If offline please allow up to 24 hours to receive a reply, and we'd be happy to help with any enquires you may have, thank you.
What we do is send your video off to Viacom, who then contact the production team over at MTV/VH1/BET JAMS, and within 48 hours, we will receive a time slot and date for your airing directly from Viacom Media Networks. We've aired every one of our clients videos on the networks we currently have access too, you can see our reviews here from when we was on Fiverr. Your video will take up to 30 days to air, depending on time slot availability. In case you miss the broadcast of your music video, we always show valid proof by recording a live video of your music video being played straight from the TV on the channels station, as well as providing a full HD digital copy provided by Viacom of your broadcast. After airing you will also receive a cue sheet from Viacom detailing the placement of the broadcast. As long as your music video covers the guidelines shown on the services page, it will meet the networks approval terms. If you don’t have the correct specifications set for your video, we charge an extra $20 to correct the specs ready for airing. If you have the raw file of your video, you can send us that via a DropBox/WeTransfer download link, for us to check that out first, currently YouTube videos do not meet the networks approval terms, if you supply us with a YouTube video you will be charged $20 extra.