BET Awards says 'The Show Must Go On" for 2020

BET Awards says 'The Show Must Go On
I posted a few weeks ago that BET Awards 2020 would be moving forward and airing on Sunday, June 28th.
BET plan's to start making press announcements next week with a big announcement on Monday, June 15th.
In advance of upcoming announcements, BET will be looking to start creating opportunities for media to capture celebrity content/interviews around the show.
Below is the link for media credentials.
Please complete the application by June 15th, as this will help expedite the process.
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Using an array of innovative techniques and artist-generated content, the show will continue allowing the audience to join in a celebration of black love, joy, pride, and power with an all-star lineup taking to TV’s biggest stage. 2020 marks both the 20th anniversary of the awards and BET’s 40th anniversary.  This year’s show will continue the rich history of providing fans with those special, not to be missed moments.  The official “BET Awards” 2020 nominations to be announced on a later date.


“The BET Awards are a seminal event - the biggest celebration of Black culture, Black accomplishment, Black excellence, and Black potential,” said Scott Mills, President of BET. “Our community, and the many millions who love Black culture, look to the BET Awards for signature moments of enrichment, entertainment and empowerment.  Recognizing the unique role the BET Awards plays for so many, and the challenging times we find ourselves in, we know it was more important than ever to deliver the BET Awards in 2020.

“At BET, we place the health and safety of attendees, staff, vendors, and partners first, which is why the biggest night in black entertainment will go on implementing this innovative production direction,“ said Connie Orlando, EVP Specials, Music Programming & Music Strategy at BET. “For the past twenty years, The BET Awards have paid homage to all things now and relevant. Despite the challenges of today, we will deliver a show filled with larger than life, inspiring, empowering and entertaining moments, which have shown the magic of our culture for over two decades.”  


Connie Orlando, EVP Specials, Music Programming & Music Strategy at BET will oversee The “BET Awards” 2020 and serve as Executive Producer along with Jesse Collins, CEO of Jesse Collins Entertainment.


Due to the current global health crisis and pandemic of COVID-19, BET’s three-day event that leads up to the “BET Awards,” the BET Experience, will not move forward as scheduled on June 25-27. 

BET will continue to provide updates to my subscribers regarding any new developments.

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