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The MTV News archive has been taken offline

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The archives of the MTV News website, which had remained accessible online after the unit was shut down last year by parent company Paramount Global, have now been completely taken offline. As Variety reported yesterday, both mtvnews.com and mtv.com/news now redirect visitors to the MTV website’s front page.

In May of last year, Showtime / MTV Entertainment Studios president and Paramount Media Networks groups CEO Chris McCarthy announced layoffs for 25 percent of its employees and said that MTV News, whose staff had already been reduced by previous layoffs, would be shutting down entirely.

Although the MTV News website was no longer publishing new stories, its extensive archive, dating back over two decades to its launch in 1996,…

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