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Juice TV Awards

Juice TV Awards
The logo of the Juice TV Awards in 2002
Awarded for Best in New Zealand music videos
Location Auckland
Country New Zealand
First awarded 2001
Last awarded 2011
Television/Radio coverage
Network Juice TV

The Juice TV Awards was an annual New Zealand music video award presentation held by the now defunct New Zealand music video channel Juice TV (later Juice). The awards were founded in 2001 and initially honoured music videos from both New Zealand and international acts, however in 2004 the awards were limited to New Zealand artists only. Finalists were selected by Juice, with the winners chosen by public vote. No ceremony was held in 2009 and the 2011 awards was the final holding. Juice closed in 2015.[1][2]

Contents

  • Coke Juice TV Awards 2001 1
  • Coke 2002 Juice TV Awards 2
  • 2003 Juice TV Music Awards 3
  • 4th Annual Juice TV Awards (2004) 4
  • Bacardi Juice TV Awards (2005) 5
  • 2006 Jim Beam Long Black Juice TV Awards 6
  • Juice TV Music Awards 2007 7
  • 8th Annual Juice TV Awards (2008) 8
  • 2009 9
  • Grabaseat Juice TV Awards 2010 10
  • Juice TV Awards 2011 11
  • References 12

Coke Juice TV Awards 2001

The first Juice TV Awards were held in Auckland. Rock band Pluto performed.[3]

Winners (incomplete)

Coke 2002 Juice TV Awards

The 2002 awards were held on Monday 2 September. The event included live performances from Goodshirt, Anika Moa, Heavy Jones Trio, Tadpole, Carly Binding, Nesian Mystik and Betchadupa. [5]

Winners (incomplete)

2003 Juice TV Music Awards

The 2003 awards were held at Float Bar on Monday 1 September 2003. Acts who performed at the event included WBC, James Reid, and members of Elemeno P, Gramsci and 48 May. New Zealand acts won eight of the 11 awards.[6]

Winners

4th Annual Juice TV Awards (2004)

The 2004 awards were held on Monday 30 August 2004 at Float bar, Auckland. The event included an appearance from Killing Heidi and performances by Pluto and Mozelee. For the first time the 2004 awards were limited to New Zealand artists. The Juice'd Up! Award was decided by a live text vote.[7]

Winners

Bacardi Juice TV Awards (2005)

The 2005 awards were held on Monday 29 August 2005 at The Studio in Auckland. For the first and only time, the awards included two general music categories - Album of the Year and Song of the Year, as well as the Special Lifetime Achievement Award. The event include performances from My Life Story, 48May, King Kapisi, Lucid 3, Fast Crew, Pluto and dDub. The winners were determined by public vote.[8]

Winners

2006 Jim Beam Long Black Juice TV Awards

The 2006 awards were held on Monday 9 October 2006 at St Matthew-in-the-City church. Acts who performed at the event included Billy TK Junior, The Tutts, Tyree, Stylus, Gasoline Cowboy, Opshop, Autozamm, and PNC.[9]

Winners
  • Video of the Year: Sarah Brown - "Hands"
  • Best Breakthru Video: The Tutts "K"
  • Best Solo Video: Don McGlashan - "Miracle Sun"
  • Best Group Video: Stellar - "Whiplash"
  • Best Electronic Video: Minuit - "Suave As Sin"
  • Best Hip Hop Video: King Kapisi - "Lollipop"
  • Best Indie Video: Odessa - "Promises"
  • Best Rock Video: Goodnight Nurse - "Death Goes To Disco"
  • Best Roots Video: The Black Seeds - "Sometimes Enough"

Juice TV Music Awards 2007

The 2007 awards were held at the Transmission Room, Auckland. The event included performances from The Mint Chicks, Cornerstone Roots, Annabel Fay, Autozamm, Tahuna Breaks, Young Sid, The Exiles and Brian Platt.[10]

Winners

8th Annual Juice TV Awards (2008)

The 2008 awards were held on Tuesday 30 September at the Stamford Plaza. The event included appearances from Nathan King, Luke Thompson, Clap Clap Riot, The Feelers, Autozamm and Jonny Love. Future New Zealand prime minister John Key attended the function in the run-up to the 2008 general election.[11][12]

Winners

2009

No awards were presented in 2009.[13]

Grabaseat Juice TV Awards 2010

The 2010 awards were held on Monday 31 May 2010 at the Windsor Castle in Auckland. The awards were moved to May from their usual autumn time in order to coincide with New Zealand Music Month. 60,000 votes were cast in total.[14]

Winners

Juice TV Awards 2011

The 2011 awards were held in September 2011. New awards were added but the overall number of awards were reduced. For the first time since 2003, the awards were again open to international artists as well as New Zealanders. This was to be the final Juice TV Awards. The station closed in May 2015.[15][1]

Winners

References

  1. ^ a b "Juice TV as we know it gone in just eight days". NZ Herald. NZME. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
  2. ^ "Juice TV gives out awards". Stuff. Fairfax. Retrieved 18 August 2015. 
  3. ^ "Pluto live at Juice T.V Awards 2001". Pluto. YouTube. Retrieved 18 August 2015. 
  4. ^ "Christina Aguilera - Awards". Xtina. Retrieved 18 August 2015. 
  5. ^ "Chatterbox: Singer-songwriter loses the bikini". NZ Herald. NZMA. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
  6. ^ "Juice TV Awards". NZ Musician. NZ Musician. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
  7. ^ "4th Annual Juice TV Awards Winners". NZ Musician. NZ Musician. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
  8. ^ "Bacardi Juice TV Awards Winners". NZ Musician. NZ Musician. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
  9. ^ "The Juice TV Awards bring down the house!". Scoop. Scoop Ltd. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
  10. ^ "The Juice TV Awards 2007 Winners". Amplifier. Amplifier. 
  11. ^ "It's election year, so why was John Key the only politician at the Juice TV awards?". NZ Herald. NZMA. Retrieved 18 August 2015. 
  12. ^ "Music News - Juice TV Awards 2008 - The Winners". Muzic.net.nz. Muzic.net.nz. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
  13. ^ "Juice TV celebrate NZ Music Month". NZ Musician. NZ Musician. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
  14. ^ "Juice TV Awards Winners Announced". Scoop. Scoop Ltd. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
  15. ^ "Juice TV Awards 2011 - NZ Video Of The Year". Juice TV. YouTube. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 
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