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David Knight - 22nd Oct 2015

Promostream has become the latest company to partner with the UK Music Video Awards, sponsoring the Best Commissioner award at the UKMVAs15 ceremony on November 5th.

Promostream is the new offshoot of Adstream, the world's leading advertising digital asset management, workflow and distribution company. Since it was founded 13 years ago, Adstream has pioneered the delivery of broadcast content via broadband, and is now digitally connected to over 40,000 publishers and media owners across broadcast, print and digital.

Now Promostream is providing a new platform for record labels to deliver their music videos to broadcasters, and a single integrated solution for delivering promos to TV, online and new media broadcasters. 

Phil Edmonds, MD of Promostream says: “We are delighted to be a sponsor of this year’s UK Music Video Awards, which are a perfect fit for us because they celebrate the best of the best in the world of music videos – and our business is based on delivering the best quality videos to the music broadcasters as quickly and as easily as we can.

"The talent on show this year is of an incredibly high standard and, as ever, the competition was exciting. The MVAs are a great opportunity for us to catch up with all our fantastic clients and friends and see them getting the recognition and praise they deserve as we celebrate and support the very best of British Music.”

The UK Music Video Awards 2015, the big night of the year for British music videos, takes place on 5th of November at the legendary Roundhouse in London. Tickets for the ceremony and the aftershow party are available from the UKMVAs website.

Promostream is also supporting this year's all-day MusicVidFest conference, taking place the day before the UKMVAs on November 4th at the BFI Southbank. More information and tickets here

David Knight - 22nd Oct 2015

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