MTV Italian Music Awards

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TRL Awards
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TRL Awards logo used in 2012.
Awarded for Best in Italian Music
Presented by MTV Italy
First awarded 2006-2012
Official website http://mtv.it/trl

The TRL Awards were established in 2006 by MTV Italy to celebrate the most popular artists and music videos in Italy. Originally beginning as an annual event to celebrate the most request videos and artists on Total Request Live, the TRL Awards is today a celebration of what MTV Italian viewers consider the best in music, cinema and fashion.

The TRL Awards changed its host city every year, but they're always hosted in an Italian city. It has been hosted in Milan and Florence twice.

The awards were presented annually and broadcast live on MTV Italy, as well as online. In 2013 the show was replaced by the MTV Italian Music Awards.

Host Cities[edit]

Year Venue City Presenter Date Backstage host
2006 Piazza del Duomo Milan Alessandro Cattelan and Giorgia Surina March 25, 2006
2007 Piazza del Duomo Milan Alessandro Cattelan April 13, 2007
2008 Piazza del Plebiscito Naples Alessandro Cattelan and Elena Santarelli May 17, 2008 Carlo Pastore
2009 Piazza Unità d'Italia Naples Carlo Pastore and Elisabetta Canalis May 16, 2009 Valentina Correani and Gemelli Diversi
2010 Porto Antico Genoa J Ax May 8, 2010
2011 Piazza Santa Croce Florence Fabrizio Biggio, Francesco Mandelli and Nina Zilli April 20, 2011 Brenda Lodigiani and Bruno Cabrerizo
2012 Piazzale Michelangelo Florence Valentina Correani and Club Dogo May 5, 2012
2014[1] Parco delle Cascine Florence June 21, 2013

Award Winners[edit]

2006[edit]

2007[edit]

2008[edit]

Despite the other editions of the TRL Awards that were hosted in Milan, for this year the show was broadcast from Naples.

2009[edit]

This year the show was broadcast from Trieste.

2010[edit]

For the fifth edition, the show was broadcast from Genoa.

2011[edit]

In 2011 the show was broadcast from Florence.

2012[edit]

For the second time, the show was broadcast from Florence.

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