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Frequently Asked Questions about VH1.com VH1 Shows:

  • How can I find information about VH1 shows?
  • Where can I find schedule information?
  • How can I find out when my favorite artist is going to be on TV?
  • Does VH1 have more than one channel?
  • How can I get my cable provider to carry VH1?
  • Are VH1 series and specials available for sale?
  • How can I become an audience or cast member on a VH1 show?
  • What does VH1 stand for?

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Q:  How can I find information about VH1 shows?
A:  Click the On VH1 button at the top of any VH1 page, and have a look at the Shows Main page. It's all here - episode guides, photo flipbooks, related albums, message boards, and much more. There's even a complete list of VH1 shows for your browsing convenience, and links to the newest, hottest and coolest VH1 features and channels.

The Search feature, which appears at the top and the bottom of all VH1 pages, is the fastest way to find information about a specific show - just type the name of the show in the Search box, select "Shows" from the Search pull-down menu, and click the "Go" button to see that show's main page.

Q:  Where can I find schedule information?
A:  The Schedule page is your up-to-the-minute stop for information about VH1 programming. You'll find out what's on now for all VH1 channels, with easy-to-use links to future schedules and channel-specific content.

Afraid you might miss the latest episode of your favorite show? No problem. Search or browse your way over to the show's page, and click on the "Remind Me" link next to the show's description. We'll send you a reminder before air time, for your viewing convenience. Sweet!

If you would like to receive a weekly guide to VH1's programming highlights, go to your My Account page and sign up for our weekly newsletter "What's on VH1."

Q:  How can I find out when my favorite artist is going to be on TV?
A:  VH1's "Music On TV" feature keeps you informed about all the artists appearing on television. Just point at the "Artists A-Z" button (you'll find it at the top of every VH1 page), and then select "Music On TV." The RockOnTV page will open. Here you can:
  • Use the Artist Search to find all your favorite artist's TV appearances.
  • See detailed, day by day music television listings for the coming week - just click on the day you want to know about.
  • Find out about featured appearances in coming weeks with the "Coming Soon" link.
  • Use the "Genre" menu to find all the televised appearances for specific genres.
Q:  Does VH1 have more than one channel?
A:  VH1 now broadcasts a number of channels: Not all cable carriers carry all these channels. Call your cable provider and ask for these great VH1 offerings.

Q:  How can I get my cable provider to carry VH1?
A:  If your cable company doesn't offer VH1, you should contact your local cable provider requesting that the channel be added to your service. Letters like yours really strengthen our presentation when we meet with the regional cable companies, so please encourage your friends to write to both VH1 and your cable company. Be sure to include your city, state, and the name of your cable provider.

Q:  Are VH1 series and specials available for sale?
A:  Many VH1 titles are available for sale in the VH1 Store.

Q:  How can I become an audience or cast member on a VH1 show?
A:  Click over to the Casting Call page for a list of the shows in which you may participate.

Q:  What does VH1 stand for?
A:  VH1 is an acronym for "Video Hits 1."

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