“We’ll admit it, we’re actually a little jeally of MPLS.TV! They have so much creative energy, we often get sleepy just watching them. What started out as a web TV show a couple years ago has turned into a full force media entity, creating not just arts n’ culture-focused video content, but editorial content as well. But it doesn’t stop there: the MPLS.TV crew throws wicked parties, sponsors the coolest of the cool events, and has dipped their toes into national waters with online powerhouses like Pitchfork.com, where in collaboration with talented film director/editor Dan Huiting, they’ve moved their band-focused series, City of Music. Our advice? Follow them. MPLS.TV rocks social media, continually keeping their audience interested and engaged.”

-l’etoile magazine, January 2012


“A cooking show, featuring DJs and dancers, that teaches you how to make homemade chicken pot pie. A fashion show with more f-bombs than fashion. Videos of local bands playing clubs, dressing rooms, parties and rooftops. That’s just a small sampling of the sweeping video survey of Minneapolis arts and culture offered by MPLS.TV, an online creative collective start-up.”

-Vita.mn, April 2011


“With it’s orginal music-, food-, arts-based content, MPLS.TV is everything the MTV’s of the world should be—with a local twist. The channel features “”City of Music,” a series of performances by local bands, hilarious recurring segments like “What the F**k Are You Wearing?” and, perhaps best of all, it acts as an open collective that thrives off talent and ideas from the community it serves.”

-Metro Mag, February 2011

Metro Mag's "The Rise of the Twin Cities' Creative Class"


“MPLS.TV isn’t just a group of people. It’s a teeming, swelling, swirling collective that gathers at all hours of the day and night to learn, share, create, and make something big. It’s inspiring, and you should know about it. Consider yourself warned.”

-City Pages, December 2010


“The business model, for lack of a better term, is probably most comparable to a local band. They’re spending a whole lot more on guitars and amps, or in their case, lights and cameras, than they can expect to make from any of their gigs for the foreseeable future. Instead, the payout is having fun, following a passion, and dreaming big about the possibilities.”

-The Line Mag, September 2010


“MPLS.TV has hollowed out their own niche in edgy, timely content..”

-The Minnesota Daily, June 2010


“An ever-expanding and enterprising troupe of young artists, comics, actors, videographers, and producers who put together some of the most professional music videos and ridiculous comedy sketches in town.”

-City Pages, January 2010


“MPLS.TV has a lighthearted and playful vibe that celebrates the city.”

-Downtown Journal, December 2009


“The root of the show is Twin Cities culture, which is something we can’t help but get behind.”

-Secrets Of The City, November 2009