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BIG FM & Star Plus return with the 5th edition of BIG STAR ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS

08-December-2014
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BIG FM & Star Plus return with the 5th edition of BIG STAR ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS

Having built the brand over the last 4 years, the BIG STAR ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS, a joint initiative between 92.7 BIG FM and Star Plus is all set to bring the 5th edition this December in Mumbai. The awards ceremony will acknowledge and celebrate the biggest entertainers of the year across the fields of Bollywood, Television, Music and Sports and their contribution to the entertainment industry. As seen each year, the first awards of the season will be a 100% people’s choice offering, right from the nominations to the final winners. The voting process will see radio, television and digital being enabled for audiences to vote for their most deserving artist.

The award function will also be marketed across radio, television, print and social media to ensure maximum tune-ins on New Year’s Eve on Star Plus.

Speaking of the 5th Edition of the BIG STAR ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS, Tarun Katial, CEO, Reliance Broadcast Network stated, “The award and our partnership with Star Plus has matured wonderfully and we are happy to once again bring together a congregation of the finest entertainers from across industries. This is part of our endeavour to empower audiences with a democratized award which allows them to choose their most favourite entertainers. We look forward to celebrating the evening with the industry and offering audiences an engaging watch on New Year’s Eve.”
 

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