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MTV Video Music Award – MTV2 Award

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MTV Video Music Award – MTV2 Award

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.

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"
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