MTV Video Music Award – MTV2 Award

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The MTV2 Award was first presented at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2001. The category recognized the best videos to have premiered and/or got their start in MTV's sister channel, MTV2. Much like the Viewer's Choice award, the MTV2 Award was also fan-voted. Until 2005, the award was considered to be one of the main awards of the night, even being presented on the main show; in 2006, though, the MTV2 Award was relegated to being handed out during a commercial break of the MTV2 simulcast of the VMAs. The following year, as the VMAs were revamped, the MTV2 Award was eliminated and subsequently never brought back.

Recipients[edit]

Year Winner Other nominees
2001 Mudvayne — "Dig"
2002 Dashboard Confessional — "Screaming Infidelities"
2003 AFI — "Girl's Not Grey"
2004 Yellowcard — "Ocean Avenue"
2005 Fall Out Boy — "Sugar, We're Goin Down"
2006 Thirty Seconds to Mars — "The Kill"