intro: Thirty years ago today, MTV launched, and indeed, video killed the radio star.
The network birthed a breed of celebrity far cooler than the conventional disc jockey: the video jockey, better known as the veejay. While those terms may now seem as antiquated as a VHS deck and a bottle of Aqua Net, before Snooki and co. ruled MTV, veejays were the face of the network.
Downtown Julie Brown and Kennedy became household names as veejays in MTV's 1990s golden age. Jesse Camp famously (and...Full Story