Congratulations to Emily Melton and the entire CSTV Mission: SEC team for winning three MarCom Awards this year…
The previous posts were Emily Melton Takes SEC Football on a Wild 100 Day Ride and Mission SEC Football :: New and Notable on iTunes.
The project ended yesterday when the clock wound down on the SEC Championship in Atlanta, GA. Florida Wins SEC With a 38-28 Win Over Arkansas.
Well, there is more news. Great news.
All of their hard work and travels across the nine states that make up the SEC – all the while creating videos, blog posts and the “CLOG,” a comic book blog – have paid off.
CSTV’s Mission: SEC Football won three – count ’em, three – MarCom Awards. The MarCom Awards are “the largest global marketing communication awards competition.” The big news is that “CSTV.com’s Mission SEC Football web site won three prestigious MarCom Awards, including Platinum for best overall web site.” Those quotes from an email Emily shared. Thanks, Emily – and congratulations. We love ya’.
Here is Emily in just one of the many videos they created during the 100 day odyssey. (CSTV doesn’t allow embedding of their videos. Goobers! Think viral.) 😉
Here are the details:
Mission SEC Football won the following awards:
Category and Award:
Web Site/Overall Site – Platinum
Web Site/Interactive – Gold
Web Site/ Streaming Video – Honorable Mention
In addition to this well deserved creative, editorial and marketing recognition from MarCom, this award also recognizes a total team effort from Digital Design, Programming & Production, Marketing, Ad Sales, Press, and Development. Here are some key players who contributed to Mission SE Football’s success:
Digital Design: Lynn Thomlison, Abey Abraham, Jon Schoenherr, George Blume, Jaques Depoux
Programming & Production: Tom Buffolano, Dan Kaufman, Dave Seigerman, Jean Neuberger, Glenn Anderson, Emily Melton, Adam Aizer, Keri Waggoner, Brad Hattendorf, Barry Loudis
Ad Sales: Joe Gangone, Eric Krasnoo, Molly Feeney, Yusef Khan, Blake Remer, Andres Diaz
Marketing: Cathy Tankosic, Kelly Dunne, Demetra Marcus, Adam Leavitt, Jonathan Levinson
Press: Keith Marder, Denise Ellison
Development: GuangZu Wang, Terry Koyama, Karl Aldinger