Aug 15, 2020 Last Updated 4:20 PM, May 12, 2020

NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR 2020 CAMPUS MUSIC AWARDS

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Campus Television – The campus and student empowered television station in Ghana, and organizers of the annual Campus Music Awards (CMA), has released a press statement to announce the opening of nominations for the 2020 edition of the Campus Music Awards.

 

In the press statement signed by Sam Terrific Fields, the organizers urge on all interested persons to pick up nomination forms from the offices of Campus Television, partner campus radio and TV stations or fill the forms online at www.campustv.net.

 

Full Press Release:

CAMPUS MUSIC AWARDS OPENS NOMINATION FOR SPECIAL EDITION

Greetings from Campus Television, organizers of the Campus Music Awards Festival. We trust that everyone is in good health even amidst this period of the pandemic and that everyone is practising the necessary safety measures put in place in order to prevent contraction of the COVID-19.

On behalf of the board, sponsors and other partners, we are favored to inform all campus musicians that span from high school to tertiary level, music industry practitioners and members of the general public that nominations for the special edition of the Campus Music Awards are officially open.

The Campus Music Awards, which started in 2017 as a television show awards for campus artistes based on a competition level, has, since its inception, grown to become one of the biggest campus events in Ghana. The music award is created to recognize and celebrate the hard work and enthusiasm of the various artistes on campus, who are not easily recognized by the main stream awards in Ghana’s music industry.

Interested stakeholders are, by this release, encouraged to pick up nomination forms from the offices of Campus Television, partner radio and TV stations or fill the online version of the forms at www.campustv.net.

 

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