You can opt-out from either of these at any time
Any questions or concerns please contact us.
HD is our preferred format (pdf). If your video is SD, please refer to these delivery delivery specifications (pdf). We primarily receive videos digitally via a delivery service called DMDS. Regardless of delivery method it is mandatory that your video be closed captioned as per CRTC regulations.
A completed form (scroll to bottom of page to complete) is required for each video submitted.
A completed broadcast agreement (pdf) must accompany each video submitted by a non Connect Music Licensing member, without the signed agreement your video will not be screened.
While not essential, it is a good idea to send any information regarding sales/spins/views along with your video. A link would be fine, paper is also acceptable.
Please include lyrics with your video submission.
The Much Screening Committee views new videos every Tuesday for possible airplay on our music channels and our website. The deadline for submissions has changed to Thursday by 5 PM. To find out if your video has been screened contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We like it! This CRTC Document (pdf) details what is required for your video to be considered Canadian content.
Please note that your video will not be held indefinitely but can be returned if you include a mailing address on your submission form or we can arrange a time for you to pick it up. Do not send your master!
MuchMusic Video Library
299 Queen St W.
Toronto, ON, M5V 2Z5
Liz Houlihan ext.2241
Jodie Epstein ext.2214
Ashley Hatton ext.3243
Heather Middleton ext. 2240
Any questions about your submissions click here.
It is your (the submitter's) responsibility to ensure that content containing any strobing, flashing and/or stationary patterns have met with safety standards so as not to be a trigger for seizures.
We follow the CAB Codes and have our own policy about the content we can and cannot air. Please have a look so you're familiar with our rules when it comes to coarse language, nudity, violence, alcohol, etc.
The Much MTV Group follows the Canadian Association of Broadcasters' (CAB) Code of Ethics, Equitable Portrayal Code for Radio and Television Programming, and Voluntary Code Regarding Violence in Television Programming, as well as our own programming policy. (If you would like to view the CAB codes, you may do so at www.cbsc.ca)
As a result, we do not air content which:
Please note that if your video contains any of the following, it may only be eligible for air after 9pm:
We will consider content that contains:
*These are not definitive lists.
Please Note: We require all of the following informaton to be completed. Incomplete submissions will not be screened.