Canadian music to be celebrated 365 days a year with exclusive original content and iconic archival footage
TORONTO, Dec. 18, 2012 /CNW/ - Mark your calendars and tune in! JUNO TV is ready to make some noise. The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) will launch its new digital platform on January 29. JUNO TV will feature today's musical stars and showcase the incredible history of the JUNO Awards. Check out the sneak preview at www.junotv.ca.
New JUNO TV content project, made possible with the support of the Ontario Media Development Corporation on behalf of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, will appear weekly at www.junotv.ca. The unique content, created and produced by CARAS for the first time, will also be syndicated via social media sites such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Stay tuned for programming information and details in January 2013.
JUNO TV helps fulfill CARAS's mission to celebrate Canadian music 12 months a year. It will cast a spotlight on today's talented musicians while bringing new life to legendary JUNO moments.
JUNO TV's videographer is Ben Knechtel, who won a 2012 MMVA for Video of the Year for Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe."
The 42nd annual JUNO Awards and JUNO Week will be held in Regina and Moose Jaw, SK, April 15 - April 21, 2013.
Official JUNO Awards website: www.junoawards.ca
JUNO TV: www.junotv.ca
CTV's JUNO Awards website: www.junos.ctv.ca
CARAS website: www.carasonline.ca
CTV website: www.ctv.ca
Ontario Media Development Corporation: www.omdc.on.ca
SOURCE: JUNO Awards
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For more information on CARAS and the JUNO Awards, contact:
Holmes Creative Communications