British advertising body Creative Circle has added a new Music Video section shortly before the deadline of its 2018 awards show.
Radar Awards partner with Vevo and reopen submissions to 19th June
The Radar Awards, held next month at YouTube Space in London, have re-opened submissions to up and coming artists, bands, labels and directors to celebrate the Awards' new partnership with Vevo.
Entries are open until Sunday, 19th June at 8am, with the Radar Awards particularly keen to see entries from artists, labels and managers for the Awards' artist categories. The incentive for them is that with the new partnership with Vevo, winners at the Radar Awards will get support and promo from Vevo, including carousel placement, programming/playlist impressions and social media promotion.
"We're elated to announce Vevo are on board as partner to the Radar Awards. It's great news for up and coming artists, bands and music video directors, as the promo benefits for them are immense!” says Caroline Bottomley, of Radar Music Videos.
Claudia De Wolff, Vevo's director of creative content and programming adds: “This is the first time we have partnered with Radar, and we are really excited to be on board. Working to promote and support those starting out in the music, whether in front of or behind the camera is very important to us as a music streaming platform, and im really looking forward to seeing all the entries for this years’ awards.”
Vevo favourite Yasmin Evans will present the Radar Awards at the YouTube Space in London on July 14th. Filmed in front of an invited audience of industry luminaries, the Awards will be screened on Radar's YouTube channel.
Artist/band category prizes include coverage on The 405, Dummy, The Line Of Best Fit, Fact Mag, Earmilk, DIY Mag, Music Week, Mix Mag, CMU, Hypebot and Record Of Day. Director category winners get internships at one of Pulse Films, Somesuch and Co, Partizan, Kode, My Accomplice, The Mill and HK Corp, with the best student director gaining an internship at Wanda.
More details at the Radar Music Videos website.
The deadline for entries to the Music Videos Competition at the 26th anniversary edition of CAMERIMAGE, The International Film Festival Of The Art Of Cinematography is fast approaching.
Entries are now open to the second Shiny Awards, the music video awards show for emerging directors, which will be held at The Mill, London, on Tuesday, 26th February 2019.
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