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Venezuelan Videoglobber Nominated Best Year Artist in the Streamy Awards 2014

Venezuelan Videoglobber Nominated Best Year Artist in the Streamy Awards 2014

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on August 29, 2014

The Venezuelan entertainer Maiah Ocando was also in the list of ten online celebrities that will compete for Best Year Artist, the most important award in the Streamy Awards 2014 of Hollywood, according to the report of Deadline Hollywood.

The video blogger will compete against Grace Helbig, Bethany Mota, Brittany Furlan, Jack Vale, Jenna Marbles, Michelle Phan, Ryan Higa, Toby Turner and Tyler Oakley, considered by the critic and the audience the most important personalities on Internet in the whole world.

Unlike the category Fashion and First Person, in which Ocando is also nominated, the audience will vote the winner of the category, so the Venezuelan might have the votes of the whole continent because she is the only Latin nominated for the first time in this category.

The followers can vote once each day since today and until the winner is announced next September 7th in the Beverly Hills ceremony.

The address to vote is: http://www.streamys.org/audience-choice/entertainer-year-voting/

Maiah Ocando started to upload videos on the Internet some years ago with her husband, Gabriel Torrelles, the creative mind behind the Project. They are represented by Mitú Network, a largest video network for Latinos in the United States, which discovered them when the both were nominated for Best International Series and Series of the Year in the last edition of the Streamy Awards.

At the beginning of this year, the couple signed an exclusivity agreement with NBC TV network to spread Ocando’s talent to the American audience. 

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