Cast your vote for this year’s Broadband from BT Digital Music Awards before it’s too late…
There are only a few days left to vote in this year’s BROADBAND FROM BT DIGITAL MUSIC AWARDS, which celebrates the cream of legal digital music entertainment.
Formerly known as the Interactive Music Awards, the awards honour the artists, radio stations, music TV programmes and the professional teams behind them who have done the most to reach music fans in the past year using digital media.
NME will be sponsoring the Best Rock/Indie category, for which Paul Weller, Supergrass, The Concretes, The Zutons and Dizzee Rascal are all nominated. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony at the London Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Tuesday (October 19).
Last year’s winners included Westlife (People’s Choice Award), Will Young (Artist Of The Year), Robbie Williams (Best Promotional Campaign), Virgin Radio (Best Radio Station Online), Ministry of Sound (Best Use Of Broadband), Muse (Best Rock/Indie Artist) and [a][/a] (Best Use of Mobile).
There are 17 awards, 13 of which are voted for by the public. Cast your vote now by clicking here.
The nominees are:
Best Pop Artist
Best Rock/Indie Artist (sponsored by NME)
Best Dance Artist
Best Urban Artist
Goldie Lookin’ Chain
Best Artist Download
Anastacia – ‘Left Outside Alone’
Coldplay – ‘2000 Miles’
George Michael – ‘Amazing’
Keane – ‘Everybody’s Changing’
Mario Winans – ‘I Don’t Want To Know’
Maroon 5 – ‘This Love’
OutKast – ‘Hey Ya!’
Scissor Sisters – ‘Laura’
The Rasmus – ‘In the Shadows’
The Streets – ‘Dry Your Eyes
Best Music Download Service
Best Radio Station Online
BBC 6 Music
Best Interactive Music TV Programme
Best Web-Based Music Game
Muse Space Fighter game
Razorlight Olympics game
Rooster – Randy Rooster game
Shapeshifters Hall of Mirrors game