NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Oct 24, 2012) - The Telly Awards has been honoring the very best in film and video productions since its inception in 1978. Since then hundreds of worthy creative artists have been recognized for their groundbreaking work. One of the most sought after awards from international firms and local production companies alike, the Telly Awards are renowned for rewarding the true champions of the video industry.
At the 33th Telly Awards, Today in America TV and its host Terry Bradshaw were awarded an astonishing eight statuettes, one Silver and seven Bronze, for their efforts over the past twelve months. They received the Silver Telly for their Education segment about Airstreams Renewables, Inc. (ARI). Offering comprehensive training in the wind power industry, ARI is a renewable energy company which is pioneering an effort to help military veterans find suitable employment. The piece won an award for Best in Video and Film.
Hall of Fame quarterback and charismatic TV personality Terry Bradshaw is the host and narrator of the program. As well known for his prowess on the gridiron as he is for his playful, yet engaging, manner of commentary, Bradshaw played a substantial role in leading the Pittsburgh Steelers to four championships in the 1970s. By the time he retired in 1984, he had accumulated two MVP awards and was quickly inducted into the Pro Ball Hall of Fame. For over 20 years, Terry has amused us with his quirky brand of sports broadcasting. Outgoing and approachable, Terry also serves as a motivational speaker and is a frequent guest on talk shows.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw is notorious for exploring topics that affect the lives of the average person. Through its diverse range of topics and engaging host, the critically acclaimed show has gained widespread appeal throughout the U.S. It currently airs on national and regional business oriented cable networks. Find out more about Today in America with Terry Bradshaw and its award-winning team at todayinamericatv.com or on Facebook, YouTube or Twitter.