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Televisionary wins Gold Media Award

Televisionary’s Learning Division has won the Gold Award for Media at this year’s Green Apple Environmental Awards. The award-winning project, Food For Thought, was commissioned by East Devon District Council as a key stage 3 resource to show children where their food comes from and explain the significance of sourcing food locally. The DVD and learning pack is now being used by schools throughout Devon, Dorset and Norfolk. Commenting on the award, James Chubb, countryside ranger for East Devon, said “We’re delighted to get this recognition for such an important project. Televisionary shared our passion for the subject matter and that really came through in the final series of films.”

Will Young heads summer of events...

Will Young will headline this years South Devon Festival, with video screening provided by Televisionary’s Live Events Team. Supporting Will at the festival, at Newton Abbot Racecourse on Saturday July 24th, will be Adrian Edmondson and the Bad Shepherds and a number of upcoming acts including Adrian’s daughter, Ella, and Teignmouth band The Quails. As well as providing video screening for the day long event, Televisionary are also selling and producing the between-act advertising for local businesses. The event is one of a number of live music events that Televisionary will produce this summer. Creative Director, Jeremy Hibbard, said “Our ability to bring the costs of covering these events right down with out affecting quality is impressing promoters and opening new doors for us on the live music scene.”

Double award for Televisionary

Double award triumph for Televisionary Seth Lakeman: Live at The Minack won the award for best non-broadcast production at this years Royal Television Society (Devon and Cornwall) awards. The judges praised the film for outstanding production and for perfectly capturing the excitement of the concert. The high definition film, shot at the Minack Theatre in Cornwall last May, is available in shops now. Commenting on the award, Televisionary’s creative director, Jeremy Hibbard, said it was a real tribute to the company’s live events team that such a polished film was produced on such a small budget. Jeremy, who also picked up the craft award for scriptwriting, also paid tribute to Seth Lakeman, describing the Devon born folk singer as one of the most exciting live acts in the UK today.

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