Yesterday Pluto TV announced it will offer two live streams from the first Electronic Music Awards on channels 500 and 501. Pluto TV’s live streams will focus on the event’s downtown Los Angeles warehouse venue, showcasing live performances from Moby, Orbital, and Autograf. The other live stream will display the point-of-view of host Hannah Rad.
The first Electronic Music Awards will take place in downtown Los Angeles on September 21 and aims to recognize pioneers of the electronic music genre. The Electronic Music Awards is coproduced by Paul Oakenfold and the Hunt & Crest entertainment company, and the voting is conducted by leading advisers and executives within the electronic community.
“We strive to deliver unique, engaging channels for our community of over six million viewers. Enabling our viewers to stay connected even when they can’t attend their favorite events in person is particularly fulfilling,” said Tom Ryan, CEO of Pluto TV. “With these two exclusive live streams, our viewers have the opportunity to watch incredible performances from the Electronic Music Awards in their living room or on any other device.”
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