Get your entries in for the Telly Awards – Early entry deadline is December 10

 

By thesanfranciscoegotist / /

The Telly Awards, the world’s largest award honoring excellence in video and television across all screens, is celebrating a reinvigorated content creation community and the power of storytelling by kicking off its 43rd annual call for entries. 

New categories this year include Workplace Culture, Hybrid Events and Sustainability. In addition, the 43rd Telly Awards features expanded categories reflecting new production techniques including  Remote Production, Virtual Events, Animation, and D&I and Social Impact. 

To mark this year’s edition and the renewed creative spirit that encompasses it, the Telly Awards has unveiled an all-new campaign that fittingly embodies the theme of “A New POV.” Tellys Executive Director Sabrina Dridje explains, “Our industry has adapted in difficult times by developing and implementing new skills, new workflows, new tools, and a new sense of perspective on what is achievable in a transformed world. As our community continues to focus on the important work of storytelling, it has embraced a perspective that values innovation, agility, equity, and tenacious creativity.”

The 43rd Telly Awards entries will once again be evaluated by a diverse roster of judges consisting of top-tier leaders and innovators in the worlds of advertising, media, tech, and video. Among this year’s first-time judges are Ashish Verma, Global Head of Bloomberg Media StudiosEA Executive Producer Joe Lynch, Viewstream CEO John Assalian, Ghetto Film School Chief of Strategy and Partnerships Sharese Bullock-Bailey, Baobab Studios Senior Editor Vanessa Rojas, and Carol Madrigal, Senior Motion Capture Animator at Weta Digital.

To enter work in the 43rd Annual Telly Awards, visit www.TellyAwards.com. The deadline for early entries is December 10, 2021, and the winners will be announced in May 2022. 

 

For More Information, Contact:

Sabrina Dridje, [email protected]ards.com

Dina Graham, [email protected]

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