YouTube Music Awards
This article is incomplete.(May 2016)
|YouTube Music Awards|
|Awarded for||Best in music videos|
|First awarded||November 3, 2013|
The 2013 edition of the YTMAs were held at New York City's Pier 36 and were broadcast live at Youtube.com/YTMA. Some notable artists, including Arcade Fire, Pentatonix and Lindsey Stirling (collaboration), Tyler, The Creator, M.I.A., Lady Gaga and Eminem, performed. The award show started at 6pm EST and was scheduled for 90 minutes.
Fans could vote in each category by posting a specific links from Youtube.com/YTMA on either their Facebook, Google+ or Twitter. The video with the most posts in each category was the winner. Artist of the Year was won by Eminem and Video of the Year was won by Girls' Generation for their video "I Got a Boy".
The winners of the 2015 edition of the award show were announced on March 2, 2015. 50 winners were chosen based on the "growth in views, subscribers and engagement over the last six months."
List of ceremoniesEdit
|Year||Date||Venue||Host city||Host||Main sponsor|
|2013||November 3||Pier 36||New York City||Jason Schwartzman and Reggie Watts||Kia|
|2015||March 23||Online||Tyler Oakley|
- Breakthrough of the Year
- Response of the Year
- Innovation of the Year
- YouTube Phenomenon
- Video of the Year
- Artist of the Year
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- "The Winners". Retrieved March 2, 2015.