Key Features Include:
- Live Schedule and Results
- Ability to get a virtually signed autograph of your favorite athletes
- Detailed athlete profiles
- Up to date medal table
- A 'social hub' allowing you to follow your team's social media updates.
This app is powered by the Zeus Athlete Management software owned and operated by the Association of Multisport Organizations.
We hope you enjoy exploring the app, learning about single malt whisky, how to nose and taste and appreciating the beautiful islands of Orkney - one day we hope to welcome you in person…
Determining which titles are considered for the Scottish Album of the Year Award will be the responsibility of 100 individuals and organisations, specially invited by the SMIA. ‘Nominators’ will be impartial and chosen from sectors throughout the industry including: journalists, bloggers, radio presenters and producers, promoters, retailers, venues, club DJs, festival organisers, academics and music fans from elsewhere in the arts. Nominators will be asked to consider eligible releases from 2012 and nominate their five favourite albums, ranking them in order of preference. Once complete, the Nominator will send their ‘Top 5’ to the SMIA where all of the Nominators’ submissions will be collated, tabulated and assigned a total score. The 20 highest-scoring albums will be announced as The Scottish Album of the Year Long List.
The promotion of the Long List
The twenty SAY Award Long List titles are then handed over to an esteemed panel of judges who will, based solely on the albums' artistic and musical merit, decide which of the titles should go forward as The SAY Award Short List. You have a say in this too, voting for your favourite long listed album via this App and The SAY Award website. The long listed title with the most public votes will automatically be placed onto The SAY Award Short List, with the judging panel being asked to demote one of their choices if the public's favourite was not one of the judges' original short list of 10.
The judging panel will reconvene at an award ceremony scheduled for Glasgow in June 2013, where they will decide upon the winner of The Scottish Album of the Year Award.