Budapest to host first Petőfi Music Awards

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Hungarian Petőfi radio will host the first Petőfi Music Awards ceremony this year on the opening day of Magyar Telekom’s VOLT Festival, according to a press release issued today.

The awards are intended to honor the best artists on the Hungarian pop music scene, the press statement said. 

Hungarian state-owned Petőfi Rádió was launched in 2007 as part of Magyar Rádió, Hungaryʼs national radio station, which broadcasts news, political, cultural and entertainment programs across Hungary. 

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