Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting Video Wins Silver Telly
West Chester, Ohio: The video documentary, “America’s Voice,” produced for the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting by Murray Multimedia Resources, LLC has won a Silver Telly Award for 2011. The Silver Telly is the highest award given by the Telly Awards, which honors outstanding local, regional and national commercials and programs plus video and film production. View “America’s Voice” at http://voamuseum.org. The video was made possible by a grant from the Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty.
“America’s Voice,” narrated by Nick Clooney, tells a story of patriotism, geopolitical intrigue, wartime strategy, and good ole Yankee ingenuity, regarding Voice of America and its Bethany Relay Station. This documentary links Grey’s History of Wireless collection and the legacy of Cincinnati broadcasting to Voice of America. It is a tale of pioneering technology, incredible feats of engineering, and innovative entertainment that will hopefully be preserved as the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting.
According to Ken Rieser, National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting Board Chair, “Kudos to Kerry and everyone at Murray Multimedia who, through their work on this historical video, captured the determination and passion of those pioneers in broadcasting who put the voice of freedom and truth above all else.”
“America’s Voice” was written and produced by Kerry Murray of Murray Multimedia Resources. This is Murray Multimedia Resources third Silver Telly and the third time the company has received multiple Telly Awards in a single year. Murray Multimedia Resources specializes in corporate and commercial video production.
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