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Telly Awards

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1999 Winner
Living Downstream

1996 Finalist
The Scientific Revolution

1996 Finalist
Recycle Auburn

1995 Finalist
The Origins of Indian Civilization

Telly Statuette

The Telly Awards was founded in 1980, to showcase and give recognition to outstanding non-network and cable TV commercials, film and video productions.  Now in its 20th year, the Telly Awards has become a well-known and highly respected national competition in the industry.  There were over 10,000 entries in 1998.  Less than 10% of entrants become winners.

WorldFest Charleston

WorldFest-Charleston

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1996 Silver Award
Christine Shumock - Storyteller

1995 Bronze Award
The Scientific Revolution

1995 Bronze Award
Recycle Auburn

The Charleston International Film and Video Festival  WorldFest-Charleston was founded in 1992 as a sister festival to WorldFest-Houston.  Over 1,400 entries from 23 countries competed in 1996.

The Videographer Awards is a national awards organization that helps set the standards for the video production industry.   There were over 2,300 entries from 48 states and three foreign countries in the 1999 competition. Award will be added soon

Actual award will be added soon

The Videographer Awards

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1999 Award of Distinction
Living Downstream

1998 Award of Excellence
The Industrial Revolution

The Communicator Awards

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1998 Honorable Mention
Living Downstream

1996 Crystal Award of Excellence
The Scientific Revolution

1996 Crystal Award of Distinction
Recycle Auburn

The Communicator Awards is a national organization founded in order to recognize individuals and companies in the communications field whose talent and creativity achieves a high standard of excellence and serves as a standard for the industry.  There were over 3,200 entries from 47 states and 8 other countries in the 1998 competition.

The Communicator

In 1989, McConatha earned inclusion in the First Edition of Marquis Who's Who in Entertainment.  In 1995, Who's Who Worldwide (see photo to right) named McConatha to its membership.  McConatha has also been named to the First Edition of Marquis Who's Who in the Media and Communications for 1998-1999.

Who's Who Worldwide

The 1992 International Interactive Communications Society (IICS) Mark of Excellence Awards Competition recognized the program USP DI Visualized - About Your Diabetes for outstanding achievement in Interactive Communications Development.

 

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