American Music Awards

The American Music Awards, (AMA) is an annual American music awards show, created by Dick Clark in 1973 for ABC when the network's contract to present the Grammy Awards expired. Unlike the Grammys, which are awarded on the basis of votes by members of the Recording Academy, the AMAs are determined by a poll of the public and music buyers.
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  • Twitter, Dick Clark Productions Ink Livestreaming Pact

    … Twitter will be spending a lot of time on red carpets in 2017, following an agreement with Dick Clark Productions. The social network will host exclusive livestreams from: Twitter will also livestream the Seventh Annual Streamy Awards this fall. Dick Clark Productions and Twitter said the livestreams will include advertising packages…

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  • Fifth Harmony Tops Twitter Buzz During 2016 American Music Awards

    … The performance by Fifth Harmony was the most-discussed moment on Twitter during the 2016 American Music Awards Sunday night. Twitter said in a blog post that the five most-discussed moments during Sunday night’s broadcast were: Fifth Harmony performance Twenty One Pilots performance Purple Rain by Prince wins favorite soundtrack Zayn Malik…

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  • The best brand advertising on Snapchat, so far

    … for the movie in the form of a Snapchat story. According to Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel, the second ad fared better than the first one, with several fans even tweeting out their praise for the ad. Samsung and the American Music Awards Using a slightly different format, Samsung tapped into the popularity of the “Live” section of Snapchat’s…

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  • How messaging apps are changing media distribution

    … notoriously known as a sexting enabler has quickly matured into a multimedia consumption platform worthy of the world’s most renowned brands and media companies. The app started running ads in October when it served users a trailer for the horror film “Ouija.” It has since started running “native” ads, in which brands sponsor a Snapchat “story,” in which…

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