The Billboard Music Awards took a speculative, digital-only technique to its event this year, and fans are asking coordinators to “NEVER” do it once again.
The honor program ― which has actually broadcast on numerous networks throughout the years consisting of Fox, ABC and NBC ― drawn away training course from a typical program or livestream on Sunday, choosing rather to share clips of efficiencies and musicians’ success through Billboard’s web site and social networks networks.
The BBMAs billed the event as a “reimagined award show concept” this year to “entertain fans with music and exclusive content,” according to a news release.
Performances and approval speeches didn’t happen in a solitary place and rather took place in a variety of “global locations, in the midst of sold-out tours, and in custom venues,” coordinators claimed.
Critics on X, previously Twitter, weren’t satisfied with the modifications, indicating the absence of a livestream along with technological troubles with the video clips on Billboard’s web site.
Representatives of the honor program along with Dick Clark Productions, the manufacturer behind the event, were not instantly readily available for remark.