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Since Puls (1995) ended in 1999, Danish television had offered no music video shows and little teen-oriented programming, so "Boogie" was greeted by its young audiences upon its arrival in early 2002. With an apparent wealth of resources, the show aired alternately from Copenhagen and Aarhus, opened its doors to live audiences and featured plenty of star interviews and live performances as well as a viewers' chart. As time passed, a series of redesigns occurred with a tendency towards more humble forms and fewer broadcast hours. Still, the show remains on the air despite competition from the Danish version of MTV and the local music channel Voice TV. As of 2010, the show airs live for two hours on Friday afternoons in addition to non-stop video shows on other weekdays. Written by
Peter Brandt Nielsen