- 21 Oct 2020 11:54 AM
- Hungary Matters
Government spokesperson Alexandra Szentkirályi said in the statement that “one of the largest and most followed awards ceremonies of pop music” being held in Budapest is “a huge opportunity for Hungary and for Budapest” in terms of its exposure to the global tourism market.
Tourism agency head Zoltán Guller said programmes featuring “iconic Budapest sites” can be viewed by nearly one billion people in 200 countries on television and via the internet.
“We can show that Budapest is the best destination in the region”. The Hungarian government is supporting the event.
Video below shows a summary of MTV EMA 2020 nominees in all categories.
Remember, voting is now open at mtvema.com. It will remain open until November 2 at 11:59 p.m. CET.