The UKMVAs have announced that the UK Music Video Awards 2020 virtual live ceremony next Thursday, November 5th will be hosted by TV and radio presenter and DJ Becca Dudley.
UK Music Video Awards 2019: Procam sponsors Best Live Video award at the UKMVAs
Procam, Europe’s largest digital cinematography hire facility, is partnering with the UK Music Video Awards, sponsoring the Best Live Video award at the UKMVAs 2019.
Procam has been at the heart of the UK film and TV industry for over 30 years, supplying the latest production technology with the very best customer support and crew in the business. Procam supports productions across a multitude of genres – including music, live events and streaming to commercials, feature films, drama, reality, fixed rig and factual television. In the past year their credits include the multi-camera coverage of Mumford & Sons' spectacular concert at the O2 London (above, photo credit: Gavin Batty).
Procam is delighted to partner with the UK Music Video Awards for the fourth year running.
From its London HQ, as well as its Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh and New York offices, Procam offers the latest 4K, 6K and 8K digital cinematography camera equipment and recording options with the widest selection of lenses and specialist production kit. Its dedicated division, Procam Projects, consults and delivers large-scale live and recorded events, from music productions to television awards. In the three years since its launch, Projects has delivered bespoke galleries and multicamera digital cine packages across the UK and internationally, supporting productions to meet highly ambitious creative briefs.
Projects’ experienced team takes great pride in working closely with its clients to offer comprehensive project and location management through the entirety of production, as well as technical supervision, unit management and crewing to ensure everything goes smoothly. From Ex On The Beach and Backstage at The BRITs, to shooting Def Leppard and Mumford and Sons' concerts, Projects’ aim is to ensure that they meet the scale and ambition of modern productions. Projects offers full project and technical management, with location and crew support, from pre-commission and all stages of production, through to delivery.
On announcing Procam's sponsorship of the Best Live Video award at the UK Music Video Awards, Vicky Holden, Managing Director Projects, has said: “In honour and celebration of the best creative talent within the music video industry, Procam is delighted to partner with the UK Music Video Awards for the fourth year running. As proud sponsors of the Best Live Video Award, we wish all the nominees the best of luck, and look forward to a commemorative evening with clients and new acquaintances alike.”
Full information on all the categories and how to enter the Best Live Video Award and over 30 other categories at this year's UK Music Video Awards, can be found at ukmva.com. The deadline for entries is Friday, August 2nd, 2019.
The UK Music Video Awards 2019 takes place at the legendary Roundhouse in London on Wednesday, October 23rd 2019.
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