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  • BET's pro-BLM awards show unites digital viewers
  • Samantha Borges (2020)
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BET's pro-BLM awards show unites digital viewers

At a time when many award shows have been canceled or postponed, the BET Awards pivoted to digital and raked in millions of views. With high-quality production and eye-catching virtual elements, it demonstrates how digital events could be a viable – maybe even preferable – future option.

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