The other day on the morning radio show in my hometown, 1075 KZL, the DJs were talking about the MTV Video Music Awards. They said, “I’m not sure why it’s still called the MTV Music Video Awards because I never go to MTV to get my music. I always go to YouTube now.” Honestly, they had a point. It’s not very often MTV is the medium used to find music, so why doesn’t YouTube have a music awards show? Well, actually, they do.
On Sep. 30, YouTube announced via their spotlight channel that they would be hosting the first ever YouTube Music Awards live from New York. The stream will be shown on YouTube on Nov. 3 and will feature performances from Seoul, Moscow, London and Rio. There will also be live performances from some of today’s biggest YouTube stars and other well-known, big name artists.
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