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MSI Communications wins three national awards for outstanding video projects

Several recent television and video projects produced by Anchorage advertising agency MSI Communications received top awards in national competitions.

MSI’s long-format video titled “How to Ride the Bus” won a 2012 Silver Davey Award. Produced for The People Mover (Municipality of Anchorage), the video will be shown for several years in the Anchorage area to educate riders on how easy it is to use public transportation.

The Davey Awards is the largest and most prestigious competition designed for small advertising agencies or projects made on small budgets. It is sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts.

MSI’s 30-second television spot titled “Economic Cliff” won a 2012 Bronze Telly Award in the political issues/campaign advertising category. Produced for the Make Alaska Competitive Coalition, the ad aired in the Anchorage area during the 2012 spring campaign to change Alaska’s Clear and Equitable Share (ACES) tax legislation.

MSI’s 90-second Internet video titled “The Going is Good” also won a 2012 Bronze Telly Award. Produced for the Alaska Mobility Coalition, the video will be used to document and increase awareness of public transportation throughout Alaska.

Founded in 1978, the Telly Awards are among the most sought-after awards in the advertising industry. The 2012 competition received nearly 12,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries.

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