Compose a 2250 words assignment on new original music programme. Needs to be plagiarism free! The 21st century came with numerous changes in the presentation of programmes. Few categories of programmes existed, and the shift has seen the inclusion of new categories of programmes. Specialization within the programming sector of TV can be attributed to the rising demand for new programmes. Design of programmes continues to change immensely in the aim to satisfy the growing number of viewers, and their needs. The producers of programmes can link the demographics of viewers with the increase in specialization. Specialization has also been extensively utilized in the TV channels. The channels continue to specialize as a way of cutting a market niche for themselves in the extremely competitive airwave market. MTV, for example, is a TV channel dedicated only to music. Specialization continues to be extremely attractive to numerous players in the industry.According to Jevon Saba, 2011, the most popular programmes for 2010 were fiction series programmes. This was based on the international popularity assessment conducted in 2011. Around the globe, these programmes led in the number of views as well as popularity from persons questioned. Music programmes have not been popular owing to the fact that they target a specific group of viewers. This immensely affects their popularity with groups of different demographic. The new programme proposed in this report shall be an analysis and interpretation show. The set up proposed shall be of a talk show or panel show. The programme shall be analyzing music-related issues and discussing the progress achieved in music. Over the years, musicians have continued to use talk shows as a way of popularizing themselves to the masses. A music talk show shall present a platform for music-related matters to be discussed.The popularity of talk shows increases in relation to the content and the host. This field of shows continues to gain popularity in the 21st century due to their content (Banerjee et al 2006).