Leading camera equipment hire company AimImage has joined the growing list of sponsors of honours at the UK Music Video Awards 2010.
UK Music Video Awards 2010: IMD Fastrax sponsoring Best Commissioner award at the MVAs
IMD Fastrax, the UK's premier distributor of new release music videos to the TV industry as well as broadcast audio to commercial radio, has become the latest sponsor of an award at the UK Music Video Awards 2010.
Reflecting its important relationship with the British music industry, IMD Fastrax is sponsoring the MVA for Best Commissioner, awarded for the most impressive work by a label or freelance video commissioner over the course of the past year, as voted by members of the British music video industry.
The IMD Fastrax system delivers new music videos and music release singles to broadcasters in a fast, secure and cost effective way, providing the industry standard for over five years.
"As the gold standard distributor of new release music videos to the broadcast industry, IMD Fastrax is delighted to be in partnership with the UK Music Video Awards 2010," says Rupak Rahman, head of Fastrax. "Music Videos are an integral part of the promotional process and IMD Fastrax is proud to be working in conjunction with awards that showcase the best creative talent within the industry."
Nominated for the IMD Fastrax-sponsored Best Commissioner award at the 2010 MVAs are Dan Curwin at Mercury Records, Dan Millar at Sony, James Hackett at EMI, freelance commissioner John Moule, Polydor's Ross Anderson and Tim Nash at Atlantic Records.
The UK Music Video Awards 2010 takes place in just over two weeks, on October 12th 2010 at the ODEON West End in Leicester Square, London - and tickets are selling fast.
To book your seat at British music video's big awards party of the year, download the UK MVA10 Ticket Reservation Form.
The votes are in, the ballots have been counted, the final judging panels have met and made their choices for British music video's big awards night of the year.
The 2010 MVAs takes place on Tuesday October 12th at the Odeon West End in Leicester Square, London. Booking forms for tickets are available from the MVAs website. Further info on the nominations …
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