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Bedroom TV (or BTV for short) was a concept music channel in which people could make videos to their favourite songs by Lip Sync,[1][2] slide shows or animations using models or cartoon style drawings. The channel launched in late July 2007 but was forced to close down in August 2008 due to running costs. The channel was on channel 376 on Sky Digital until July 2008 when it moved to channel 381, at the same time all the other music channels moved due to the launch of Sky Movies going HD. In August 2008 the channel ceased to broadcast and became a shopping channel on channel 683 Trondirect1. Following the end of the use of the channel EPG by Trondirect1 in January 2009 the channel name returned on Sky showing teleshopping on channel 962 from 6am to 9am. this was in a holding position awaiting another client for use as the channel EPG was still owned by BedroomTV. Despite the channel having now gone off air, the website remained online until early 2012 running with people still making videos and adding them to the website. It now seems to have ceased

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