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UK Music Video Awards 2012 UPDATE: first round judging must end tomorrow - get voting!
First round judging for most of the awards at the UK Music Video Awards 2012, via the UKMVA online judging platform, must end tomorrow night, Tuesday September 11th.
Invited MVA Jury Members who have yet to vote in the two categories they have been allocated to judge, should log in to the UKMVA judging platform using the log in details they were sent via email by the UK Music Video Awards team, view the videos and then pick their six favourites.
Online judging must end on Tuesday night, after which shortlists of favourited videos in each category will be viewed, discussed and voted upon by judging panels in the second round of judging that begins meeting next week (week of September 17th).
So all MVA Jury Members who haven't voted yet are urged to go to the judging platform, view the videos and select their favourites as soon as possible. Those who have lost their login details should contact the UKMVA team at email@example.com.
The UK Music Video Awards 2012 take place on November 8th at the Empire, Leicester Square in central London. For more information (including info about tickets for the show and aftershow) go to ukmva.com.
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