AMVCA Organizers Have Set A Date For The 8th Edition.
On May 7, an eight-day event leading up to the awards gala night will kick off.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards are back for their eighth edition after a one-year hiatus.
According to the award organizers, MultiChoice, an eight-day schedule of events will precede the anticipated awards night, which has been set for May 14.
Nominees have been confirmed in 33 categories for this edition, including the newly introduced Best Online Social Content Creator category.
Busola Tejumola, Executive Head, Content and West Africa Channels at MultiChoice Nigeria, commented on the broadcast.
“We received a good number of quality entries from across the continent for this edition of the AMVCAs and we are pleased to reveal the final shortlist of nominees, which we are confident embody the excellence the awards is renowned for.”
A total of 12 categories will be decided by viewer votes, while the remaining 21 will be chosen by the awards’ panel, which will be led by seasoned filmmaker Victor Okhai. This year’s Best Soundtrack winner will receive N1 million, courtesy of Pepsi.
A live broadcast event hosted by actors Adesua Etomi-Wellington and Daniel Etim-Effiong on March 19 will announce the year’s nominations ahead of the May 14 awards.
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