D-TV was a series of music videos created by Walt Disney Productions in 1984 taking old hit songs of the past and putting them together with lots of footage of vintage Disney animation, created out of the trend of music videos on cable channel MTV, which inspired the name of this series. The videos were shown as filler material on the Disney Channel, as well as being the focus of televisions specials. Home video collections were also released on the VHS, Beta, CED Videodisc, and Laserdisc formats. After the first run of D-TV, in 1989 a second series was produced known as DTV². D-TV ceased airing in 1999. A small selection of the music videos can currently be viewed on YouTube. As of 2009, Disney seems to be reviving the D-TV idea in the form of Re-Micks, similar music videos syncing clips from the classic shorts to pop songs.
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