Frankfurt to Host the 2012 MTV EMA

MTV says Frankfurt will be the host city of the “2012 MTV EMA,” its global awards show that celebrates the year’s best in music from every corner of the world and across all genres.

Featuring today’s hottest artists and international superstars, the “2012 MTV EMA” will broadcast live from Frankfurt’s historic Festhalle on Sunday, Nov. 11, engaging fans everywhere across MTV’s multiple platforms.

Following last year’s show in Belfast, the MTV EMA is returning to Frankfurt for the second time in the franchise’s history (the show was held there in 2001).

“We’re thrilled to be returning to Frankfurt and once again presenting the MTV EMA in such a vibrant and dynamic city,” said Bob Bakish, president and CEO, Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN).

“The MTV EMA is without a doubt one of the biggest nights in music on the planet and showcases talent from the US to Europe to Asia to everywhere in between. This year’s show in Frankfurt will definitely continue the EMA tradition of capturing the world’s attention through unforgettable performances and jaw-dropping moments.”

The “2012 MTV EMA” will be available to a potential viewing audience of more than 1.2 billion people via MTV’s global network of more than 60 channels reaching more than 640 million households around the world as well as through syndication.

In addition, its convergent programming and content will reach the entire interactive community, via MTV’s 200-plus digital media properties around the world. Richard Godfrey and Bruce Gillmer are executive producers for the “2012 MTV EMA.”

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