Sunday, April 21, 2013

New York fest silver for GMA News TV!

 The New York Festivals awarded its 2013 winners at a recently-held ceremony at the National Association of Broadcasters’ Conference in Las Vegas. Now on its 55th year, the Festivals honored the world’s best TV programs and films from among entries submitted by over 50 countries.

Executive producer Sharon Masula, program manager Nowell Cuanang, GMA News TV channel head Nessa Valdellon and director Aaron Mendoza
GMA News TV Channel 11 took home a Silver World Medal for its documentary program Reel Time.
“We thank the New York Festivals for giving this honor to our two-year-old channel. We receive this award on behalf of Mary Rose and the many children like her who need government attention,” said program manager Nowell Cuanang in his acceptance speech.
Only on its second year of operation, GMA News TV already has three New York Fest medals to its credit — two Silvers in 2012 for Front Row’s Yaman sa Basura and Bente Dos and the latest for Reel Time episode titled Salat.
Reel Time’s Salat will also receive a George Foster Peabody Award on May 20 at a special ceremony to be held in New York’s Waldorf-Astoria. The Peabody is considered the Pulitzer Prize for broadcast journalists.
The New York fest and Peabody-winning documentary program Reel Time airs Sunday nights at 9:45.


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