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Ketchikan Story Project Garners Six Telly Awards

Winning elements include videos, web site and kiosks

I am very pleased to announce that the Ketchikan Story Project brought home six 2013 Telly Awards this week—three silver and three bronze! 

 

The categories include:

Silver Award: TV Programs, Segments or Promotional Pieces – Travel/Tourism:

Ketchikan: Our Native Legacy

Bronze Award: TV Programs, Segments or Promotional Pieces – Travel/Tourism:

Ketchikan: The Artists

 

Silver Award: TV Programs, Segments or Promotional Pieces – Cultural:

Ketchikan: Our Native Legacy

 

Silver Award: Internet/Online Programs, Segments or Promotional Pieces – Cultural:

Ketchikan Story Project

 

Bronze Award: Internet/Online Programs, Segments or Promotional Pieces – Travel/Tourism:

Ketchikan Story Project

 

Bronze Award: Outdoor/Environmental – Kiosk:

Ketchikan Story Project

 

The Telly Awards “honor the very best local, regional, and cable television programs, the finest video and film productions, and work created for the Web.” According to the Telly Awards web site, of the 11,000+ entries received each year, only 7-10% are awarded with silver statuettes and up to 25% are awarded bronze awards.  

 

The Ketchikan Story Project is a multi media information program produced by the Ketchikan Visitors Bureau and funded by the Ketchikan Gateway Borough to provide information tools for the cruise industry and its passengers. Ketchikan: Our Native Legacy and Ketchikan: The Artists represent two of five segments of the project and were produced in 2012.

 

Key personnel for the winning pieces include Project Manager/Producer: Deby Santos- Kali Enterprises, Director/Editor Kyle Aramburo, Writer/Producer Laurel Lindahl and Production Company, the Alaska Channel.

 

Two additional chapters in the series will debut the evening of May 3 at the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center in Ketchikan with the premiere of Ketchikan: The Timber Years and Ketchikan: The Bush Pilots.

 

Visit the Ketchikan Story Project web site at www.ketchikanstories.com For more informationcontact the Ketchikan Visitors Bureau or Deby Santos at  Kali Enterprises.

 

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Patti Mackey                                                                                

President & CEO

Ketchikan Visitors Bureau

 

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