Sony Entertainment opens audition for Indian Idol Junior
SET is inviting singers in the age group of 5 – 15 years to give youngsters a platform to showcase their talent. Parents can now register their child online and upload their performance videos through the app to be shortlisted for an audition in front of the judges.
Sony Entertainment Television has opened audition for Indian Idol Junior online and through the Indian Idol Junior App. SET is inviting singers in the age group of 5 – 15 years to give youngsters a platform to showcase their talent. Parents can now register their child online and upload their performance videos through the app to be shortlisted for an audition in front of the judges.
Loved ones can now share performance videos of their children on Twitter and Facebook using the Indian Idol Junior mobile app. To keep up with the action, the app will also feature top audition videos which can be shared with friends. With entertainment now increasingly being consumed online SET sees this step as an exciting platform to engage participants and audiences with.
Commenting on the launch of the Indian Idol Junior mobile app, Mr. Nitesh Kripalani, Senior Vice-President – New Media, Business Development and Digital/Syndication said, “We want talent from all over India to participate and take a shot at being the first Indian Idol Junior. Now any parent can download the application, and submit their child’s video entry, across all Android and Apple devices. The app will help people connect to the action in Indian Idol Junior and directly participate in the competition, all one click away.”
The Indian Idol Junior app is available for download on Google Playstore and ITunes free of cost. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead, register and upload your child’s latest performance video! They might just be the next singing sensation of the nation!
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