Broadcast Industry Awards
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WorldFest is one of the oldest and largest film and video competitions in the world, receiving more than 4,500 entries from 37 different countries last year.
WorldFest presents Remi Awards in 12 major categories and more than 200 sub-categories. WorldFest competitions are based on jury scores, and only about 15% of entries earn the prestigious Remi Award.
|2016||Gold Remi Award, Lifestyle Programming||“Vegan All Star” with John Salley|
|2015||Gold Remi Award, Health and Wellness||“True Strength” with Kevin Sorbo|
|2015||Silver Remi Award, Lifestyle Programming||“Creating Option C” with Lourdes Colon and Esai Morales|
|2014||Platinum Remi Award, TV Special – Dramatic||“Miracle at Gate 213” featuring Grammy winner and Academy Award-winners|
|2014||Gold Award, Lifestyle Programming||“Eracism” with Academy Award Winner Louis Gossett Jr.|
|2014||Gold Award, Religious Programming||“Perfect Harmony” Mad About Marriage with Ricky & Sharon Skaggs|
|2013||Gold Award, Lifestyle Programming||“Turning Over a New Leaf” with Gretchen Wilson|
|2013||Silver Award, Religious Programming||“How We Love” with Milan and Kay Yerkovich|
|2012||Platinum Award, Religious Programming||“Father’s Day Special” with Tim Conway & Tim Conway, Jr.|
|2012||Gold Award, Religious Programming||“Birth Order with Kevin Leman” with Special Guest Interview with Buzz Aldrin|
|2011||Silver Award, Religious Programming||“John McDougall Healthcare” with Special Guest Interview with Debbie Reynolds|
|2010||Gold Award, Religious Programming||“Consumer Fraud” with Special Guest Interview with Academy Award Winner Shirley Jones|
|2009||Bronze Award, Religious Programming||“God In Tragedy”|
|2001||Gold Award, Substance Abuse||“Overcoming Addictions”|
|2001||Bronze Award, Pilot||“The Evidence”|
|2001||Platinum Award, Religious Ethics||“The Evidence”|
|1995||Finalist, Family Matters||“Anger In Men”|
|1995||Gold Award, Social/Economic Issues||“Out of The Night”|
|1992||Bronze Award, Public Health||“Smoking”|
|1991||Bronze Award, Public Affairs||“The Lost Children Show”|
|1991||Bronze Award, Programming||“The Lost Children Show”|
The Telly Award is the premier award honoring the finest film and video productions, groundbreaking web commercials, and outstanding local, regional, and cable TV programs.
The mission of the Telly Awards, founded in 1978, is to strengthen the visual arts community by inspiring, promoting, and supporting creativity. The 33rd Annual Telly Awards received over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents.
|2017||Bronze Award, General Religious/Spiritual||“Life Choices” with Deniece Williams|
|2017||Bronze Award, General Public Interest/Awareness||“The Bullying Side” with Quinton Aaron|
|2015||Bronze Award, Lifestyle Programming||“True Strength” with Kevin Sorbo|
|2011||Bronze Award, Religious Programming||“Infidelity” Mad About Marriage Episode|
|2001||Telly Award, Specials||“Overcoming Addictions”|
|2001||Telly Award, Series||Lifestyle Magazine 2001 Season|
|1995||Silver Award||“Out of the Night”|