ACM Awards Moves to Amazon, Will Become a Streaming Event

The Academy of Country Music Awards will no longer be airing on CBS and the gives demo has seen a brand-new home.

The show will be moving to Amazon Prime Video for the forthcoming 2022 liturgy, marking the first time that a major allotments testify will be streamed live on an SVOD platform, according to Deadline.

The ACM Awards have been airing on CBS since 1998, but thanks to the ViacomCBS merger, the network will begin airing the CMT Music Awards starting next year. That testify will air on CBS in April, the same month that the ACM Awards generally air on the network.

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“We’re stimulated to continue to expand our content offerings for Prime Video customers by being the exclusive home for the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2022 and status very good in country music, ” said Vernon Sanders, co-head of television, Amazon Studios. “Reaching this milestone with our partners at the Academy of Country music and MRC as the first major awards demonstrate to be live-streamed speaks to our faithfulnes and commitment to continue to both entertain and innovate for our audience.”

“We are exhilarated that the Academy of Country Music Awards are first to take this giant gradation toward the future of allotments evidences with Amazon Prime Video. This partnership, which reinforces our position as an innovative, progressive bestows establish, will deliver the broadest possible audience and, simultaneously, deliver big importance to our masters whose music lives inside this ecosystem, enabling devotees to discover and torrent music as they watch, ” said Damon Whiteside, CEO of the Academy of Country Music.

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