Promo News - 22nd Sept 2016

giffgaff, the UK's flexible, no-contract mobile network, has become the latest partner of the UK Music Video Awards.

giffgaff believe in fostering and working with up-and-coming creative talent, and they will be sponsoring the Best Video categories for Newcomer at this year's UKMVAs. 

The Best Video categories for Newcomer at this year's UKMVAs are the five categories that honour the best work in music videos in the past year by up-and-coming directors, working on budgets under £5K. The five awards cover the range of music genres - Pop, Dance, Urban, Rock/Indie and Alternative.

Abi Pearl, Head of Advertising at giffgaff says: "We're super chuffed to be sponsoring The Best Newcomer video awards at this year's UKMVAs. We've been lucky enough to work with some great music promo directors for our ads over the years, so it's great to be able to support emerging talent."

News of giffgaff's involvement in the UK Music Video Awards follows the announcement last night (Sept 21st) of the nominations for this year's UKMVAs. The UK Music Video Awards 2016 ceremony and aftershow party take place at The Roundhouse in London on Thursday, October 20th. Tickets are available to book here.

UK Music Video Awards 2016: giffgaff sponsoring Best Video-Newcomer awards at the UKMVAs

Promo News - 22nd Sept 2016

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