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Free MTV Awards audio from UBC

UBC Media's Entertainment News team have been picked as official radio partners for the MTV Europe Music Awards again this year – and they're offering free material to all UK stations.

The ceremony's in Madrid next month and the team can provide you with copy, audio and prep material.

It'll be the eighth time that Entertainment News has collaborated with MTV for the event – this year on Sunday 7 November in the Spanish capital.

Philip Chryssikos, Managing Editor of Entertainment News told RadioToday.co.uk: "The MTV Europe Music Awards is one of the most prestigious live music events and we’re delighted to be partnering MTV once again to provide radio stations and their listeners an unlimited entertainment experience."

His team of journalists will start supplying backstage news, gossip and interviews from Thursday 4 November as part of the build-up to the main event.

Simon Cole, Chief Executive Officer at UBC Media, said: "We have a long association with MTV Europe and I’m delighted once again that we can bring the highlights of one of Europe’s premier music events to radio audiences everywhere."

John Quinn, Chief Operating Officer at GTN UK, who handle all affiliate liaison on behalf of UBC Media, said: "Madrid is undeniably one of the most exciting cities in the world, with a passion for music and nightlife – so what a perfect backdrop for one of the world’s most exciting and glamorous music events."

"We are proud to be working again with MTV and UBC Media," he added. "This collaboration will ensure that our radio station clients and their millions of listeners throughout the globe will experience the excitement, world beating talent and glamour that makes the MTV EMA’s such an amazing event."

Once again copy, audio and prep material will be available internationally to all radio stations, free of charge.

If your radio station would like access to this content, just contact the GTN Affiliate Relations team on 020 3301 4917.

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