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David Knight - 10th Sept 2015

For the first time, Procam, the UK's largest broadcast hire facility, is partnering with the UK Music Video Awards, sponsoring the Best Live Music Coverage award at the UKMVAs 2015.

Procam has been at the heart of the UK film and TV industry for over 25 years, supplying the latest production technology at competitive rates with the very best customer support in the business, and working across genres - from from music to commercials, feature films to live events and from streaming to drama, reality and factual television. 

Based in Battersea, London, with offices in Manchester, Glasgow and Edinburgh, Procam offers the latest 4K and digital cinematography camera equipment and recording options with the widest selection of lenses and specialist production kit, also delivering large-scale live and recorded events from music festivals to television awards. The company has also expanded further afield, launching Procam NY in New York earlier this year.

On announcing Procam's sponsorship of the Best Live Music Coverage award at the UK Music Video Awards, John Brennan, Group CEO of Procam has said: "We believe that the UK music industry has produced many of the best music videos in the world and the UKMVA provides an important platform that recognises the UK’s extraordinary production talent pool and contribution. This is our first year as a sponsor of the awards and we’re delighted to be closely involved with such a prestigious event and look forward to a strong collaboration with the UKMVA for many years to come.” 

The UK Music Video Awards 2015 takes place for the first time at the legendary Roundhouse in London on November 5th. Tickets to the ceremony and aftershow will be available at the UKMVAs website from next week (beginning September 9th).

David Knight - 10th Sept 2015

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