There are just two more days for MVA Jury Members to vote on their favourite videos in the first round of judging at the UK Music Video Awards 2010.
Final call for entries for UK Music Video Awards – deadline tomorrow, August 18th – plus sweet16 special offer to Best Budget entrants
Entry forms for 17 awards at this year's UK Music Video Awards must be delivered to the UK MVAs by the deadline of 6pm GMT tomorrow - Tuesday August 18th - in order to qualify.
It's the final chance to enter music videos for the best video and technical achievement categories, music-related TVCs, virals, promotional shorts, live performance films and other music visuals for the UK's premiere music video awards show.
All the 7 best video categories will be entered for the Video of the Year award. Visit the UK MVA website for all the entry forms and more info. And now there's a special offer to entrants of the two Best Budget video awards at this year's MVAs from the team behind sweet16 - Kodak, Soho Film Lab and Rushes.
As well as supporting the Best Producer category at this year's MVAs, the sweet16 guys have offered two free music video packages worth £1600 each to be given to the winner of Best Budget Video - Pop/Dance/Urban and the winner of Best Budget Video - Rock/Indie/Alternative.
If any further incentive was needed to enter the MVAs, here it is. But entries to these and all other awards requiring entry forms must be submitted by end of play tomorrow, August 18th.
The date and location for the UK Music Video Awards 2013 has just been announced - and it's moving to a brand new venue on London's Southbank.
Entry deadline for the UK Music Video Awards 2013 in a wide range of categories is now less than two weeks away. The deadline for entry to this year's UKMVAs is next Friday, August 2nd.
There’s less than one week left to enter work in the majority of the categories in the UK Music Video Awards 2013, with the deadline coming this Friday, August 2nd.
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