Get ready for the the UK Music Video Awards 2010.
UK Music Video Awards 2010 – first round judging must finish this Thursday, September 2nd
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.
The deadline for MVA Jury Members to select their favourite works in the best video and technical categories they are judging is at the end of day on Thursday, September 2nd.
All Jury Members have a log-in for the MVA 2010 judging platform operated by Beam. Then they can view the videos in the two categories they have been allocated to judge, and then pick their six favourites from the complete list of entries in each category.
The most popular selections in each category will then go on to the second round of judging, where judging panels will meet face-to-face to view those videos once more, vote and decide the award-winner.
SOME JURY MEMBERS HAVE YET TO PICK THEIR FAVOURITES ON THE JUDGING PLATFORM, AND SHOULD DO SO IN THE NEXT 48 HOURS, SO THE BEST SELECTION OF WORK GOES THROUGH TO THE NEXT ROUND OF JUDGING.
The second stage of judging begins on Wednesday, September 8th - invitations to the judging sessions will go out later this week. And ballots for the Individual and International awards at the 2010 MVAs will go out to all Jury Members at the beginning of next week. The UK Music Video Awards 2010 takes place at the Odeon West End in Leicester Square on October 12th. For more information and for tickets, go to the website.
Entry for the UK Music Video Awards 2010 is now open, and entry forms for many of the categories at this year's MVAs - which was launched on Monday - can now be downloaded here at Promo News.
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