Mission Viejo Television (MVTV) won three national Telly Awards for three community programs that were among more than 14,000 entries from across the globe in the 30th Annual Telly Awards.
The City received the prestigious awards for “The Animal House – Wildlife Special” directed by Chris Cardenas and the “20th Anniversary Special” that was produced and directed by Eric Winter. With the help of Sheriff’s Deputy Brad Blakely, the “Safety, Teens & Traffic” show also received a Telly Award.
Founded in 1978, the Telly Awards are the premiere awards annually honoring and showcasing the best work of the most respected production companies, television stations, advertising agencies and corporate video departments in the world. The widely respected national and international competition receives entries from all 50 states and many foreign countries. Each entry is judged on its own merit and competes against a high standard of excellence.
MVTV, which is available 24/7 on Cox Cable channel 30, is Mission Viejo’s government access channel that broadcasts live City Council meetings and produces an array of local, informational and youth programs as well as a community bulletin board.
The three award-winning programs can be seen on MVTV channel 30 or via live video streaming on the City’s Web site at http://cityofmissionviejo.org. For more information about MVTV, call 949-581-6888 or visit the City’s Web site. Be sure to visit Mission Viejo Life Blog and signup for the City’s eNewsletter to stay apprised of the latest news and information in town.