The MTV Video Music Awards wouldn’t be the MTV Video Music Awards without the hordes of screaming fans filling the front rows year in and year out. But these fans don’t wind up in those premium seats by accident. The crowd is carefully selected to guarantee maximum enthusiasm and excitement, and the company behind the VMAs’ fan curation is 1iota Productions.
If you’ve ever watched the VMAs and wished you could be in the pit along with the screaming crowd, you actually can. And 1iota is your way in.
Anyone who wants to can register with the company’s database of fans. Registered fans can request tickets not just to the VMAs, but shows around the country like the Oscars, “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” “The Voice” and more.
Since founders Ben Biscotti and Rob Crawford started 1iota in 2002, the company has grown into a leading national influencer with more than a million registered fans. It keeps fans connected with the entertainment world, while using its network to support event management, ticketing, engagement, casting and other professional services.
This year’s VMA show on Aug. 27 marks 1iota Productions’ 10th anniversary curating the audience for the biggest night in pop culture. To register for tickets and for more information about 1iota, visit 1iota.com.