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American Music Awards
The annual American musical award created in 1973 by Dick Clark for television network ABC when at those the contract for broadcast of "Grammy" ended. Unlike "Grammy" where winners are chosen on the basis of voices of members of National academy of art and science of sound recording, AMAs chooses them by poll of the public and fans voting on the official site of an award. The figurine of an award is made by the New York enterprise Society Awards.
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