45th Annual Telly Awards Winners Announced


By Egotist / /

The Telly Awards, the world’s largest honor for video and television across all screens, has announced its 45th annual award winners. This year saw a record-breaking 13,000 entries from across the globe from independent production studios, networks, major brands, and respected organizations, including The Artery, ESPN, Calvin Klein, Katara Studios, LinkedIn, Magnopus, MTV Entertainment Studios, PlayStation Studios, ProPublica, TelevisaUnivision, The Michael J. Fox Foundation, NASA, and the LA Clippers (NBA).

The Telly Awards features categories each season that reflect the evolution of the video and television industry, and this year’s theme, “Beyond the Frame,” centered on new categories for Generative AI, Thought Leadership, Brand Collaboration, and Accessibility. Among the inaugural winners were PepsiCo in Branded Content – Accessibility for its “You Belong Here” campaign, highlighting the contributions of associates living with disabilities and caregivers. Paramount Pictures won in Social Video – Brand Collaboration for the “Viral Mission Impossible Theme Song” with Influencer Victor de Martrin, and stand out entries in Thought Leadership included those by TED Conferences featuring Astrophysicist Erika Hamden, and AutoDesk featuring President and CEO Andrew Anagnost.

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Specific winner highlights:

Social Video
LinkedIn, Social Video – General – Motivational & Advice, “Catalyst: Rejecting Imposter Syndrome”
Grey NY, Social Video – Series – DEI: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, “Heart of Vegas”
PlayStation Studios, Social Video – Series – Sports, “MLB the Show 23 presents Storylines: The Negro Leagues”
Al Jazeera Digital, Social Video – Craft – Use of Vertical Format, “One Day in Gaza | Close Up”
Mother Jones, Social Video – Series – News & Information, “Democracy in Danger: It Can Happen Here”

Online Series/Shows/Segments
Golden State Warriors, Online – General – Social Impact, “City Edition: International Women’s Day”
America’s Test Kitchen, Online – Series – Food & Beverage, “On The Road with Bryan Roof”
American Society of Cinematographers, Online – Craft – Directing, “ASC Clubhouse Conversations – The Color Purple”
WWE, Online – Craft – Use of Graphics, “WWE Summer Slam 2023 Graphics Presentation”
PepsiCo Foundation, Online – Series – Sustainability, “PepsiCo Foundation Safe Water Changemakers”

Television Shows/Series/Segments:
NBC News, Television – General – Documentary: Short Form (Under 40 Minutes), “Blood and Gold: Wagner’s Rise in Central Africa”
National Geographic, Television – Series – Documentary, “Ancient China From Above 2”
Jim Henson Company, Television – Series – Children, “Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock”
SkyNews Arabia, Television – General – Culture & Lifestyle, “The Rhythms of Andalucia”
Telemundo, Television – General – DEI: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, “Celebrating Pride Month”

Marketing & Commercials
WestElm, Online Commercial – General – Home, Furniture & Appliances, “National Geographic + West Elm Kids”
GigBag Media, Local TV – General – Food & Beverage, “Food Depot | Halloween”
Sacramento Kings, Local TV – Craft – Sound & Sound Design, “We Felt That”
Feed the Children, Online Commercial – General – Social Impact, “If Words Were Enough”

Immersive/Interactive & Mixed

Crunchyroll, Immersive, Interactive, & Mixed – General – Health & Safety, “Crunchyroll Ultimate Anime Fitness Challenge – Train Like Your Favorite Anime Heroes”
The Artery, Immersive, Interactive & Mixed – General – Museums & Galleries, “Louisiana Civil Rights Museum, Dreamcube™”
SawHorse Production, Immersive, Interactive & Mixed – General – Beauty, Fashion & Shopping, “FENTY Beauty + Skin Experience on Roblox”
BigRock Creative, Immersive, Interactive & Mixed – Craft – Use of 360 Video, “T-Mobile for Business 5G Trailblazing Adventure”


Catch + Release, Nonbroadcast – General – DEI: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, “The Hardest Part, A Teleflora Love Story (Mothers Day)”
Deloitte Digital, Non-Broadcast – Craft – 2D Animation, “DigitalMIX”
ProPublica, Non-Broadcast – General – Documentary: Short Form (Under 40 Minutes), “The Night Doctrine”
NASA Television, Non-Broadcast – General – Documentary: Short Form (Under 40 Minutes), “The Color of Space | Victor Glover”
Tiffany & Co, Non-Broadcast – General – Internal Communications, “Tiffany & Co. Internal Holiday Video 2023”
U.S. Dept of Veterans Affairs, Non-Broadcast – General – Information, “PTSD Awareness Promo”

About The Telly Awards:
The Telly Awards is the premier award honoring video and television across all screens. Established in 1979, The Telly Awards receives over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents. Entrants are judged by The Telly Awards Judging Council—an industry body of over 200 leading experts including advertising agencies, production companies, and major television networks, reflective of the multi-screen industry The Telly Awards celebrates. Partners of The Telly Awards include NAB, RunwayML AIFF, ReelAbilities Film Festival, Film Fatales, FWD-Doc, Stash, Production Hub, Ghetto Film School, Future of Film, We Are Parable, Video Consortium, SeriesFest and Green The Bid.

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