- Index hide1 In 1983, MTV broke the racial barriers of popular entertainment by introducing the official music video for “Thriller.”2 In 2019, according to official figures, the channel reached approximately 1 billion subscribers worldwide.3 In its 7th season, ‘Acapulco Shore’ broke a new audience record, totaling seven billion minutes consumed.
In 1983, MTV broke the racial barriers of popular entertainment by introducing the official music video for “Thriller.”
In 2019, according to official figures, the channel reached approximately 1 billion subscribers worldwide.
In its 7th season, ‘Acapulco Shore’ broke a new audience record, totaling seven billion minutes consumed.
During an interview with Ryan Hoffman, Brenda Zambrano, a former participant in the Acapulco Shore program, revealed what she did before entering the MTV program and, in addition, how much her salary was.
Around the year 1981, the world of music and television merged through MTV, one of the most iconic channels not only in the United States, but its popularity expanded to various countries and continents.
Such was the influence of said channel that, in 1983, it broke the racial barriers of popular entertainment after presenting the official video clip of “Thriller”, a song by the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson. In addition, in his first edition of the MTV Video Music Awards, he did the same by presenting Madonna as one of the star acts of that night, an event that caused a stir among viewers.
Today, and for several years, MTV has undergone such a transformation that music has been left aside to make way for series and, above all, reality shows of all kinds; Today, these are the main contents offered by the channel.
In 2019, according to Viacom datathe channel reached approximately 1,000 million subscribers worldwide, although, little by little, it has been losing popularity as the time progresses. streamingreason for which several of its contents are already offered in spaces such as Paramount Plus.
Before ‘Acapulco Shore’, this was what Brenda Zambrano earned selling cell phones
In 2014, the MTV network premiered its tropicalized version of ‘Jersey Shore’ in Latin America, but under the name ‘Acapulco Shore’, being one of the most controversial programs today due to its content and, above all, due to different speeches. considered as “misogynistic”, “racist”, among other qualifiers.
Its success has been such that, in its seventh season, the program broke a new audience record, adding seven billion total minutes consumed35 percent more than season six, a figure that is also combined with the consumption of the linear channel and digital platforms.
Regarding its digital impact, generated more than 2.4 billion Total Minutes Watched (TMW) as well as 48.2 million social media interactions, setting a new digital record for the show across all major metrics.
Today, although the program continues, reality dictates that it does not have the same media impact as years ago, in addition to the fact that some of the members of the program are dedicated to other tasks.
Now, recently, Brenda Zambrano, who appeared in some seasons of ‘Acapulco Shore’, revealed what she did before entering the MTV reality show. In an interview with Ryan Hoffman, this is what she said to her also an “influencer”.
“I sold and recharged Movistar cell phones”said the former participant of ‘Acapulco Shore’, assuring that she won “800 pesos or less”.
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Times, of course, have changed and today, according to the job search platform indeedA Movistar promoter in Mexico receives, on average, a monthly salary of $8,369 pesos.
Without a doubt, what has not changed is the influence that various media personalities exert on the audience; Today, it is the influencers and/or content creators who dominate the field, especially at a time in history in which social networks play an essential role in people’s habits.