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October 17, 2017
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WOUB productions are recognized by the Ohio Regional Emmys
(2007-05-29)
(WOUB) - Two WOUB productions have been recognized by the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Honoring the best in television and multimedia, the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences encourages and empowers creative professionals to meet the highest standards. The Ohio Valley Chapter covers parts of Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia.

"Passion Works: A Story of Flying" has been nominated in the following categories: Documentary (cultural) -- Blis Hanousek DeVault, producer/director; Editor (program) -- Eric Anderson; Photographer (program) -- Eric Anderson; Musical Composition/Arrangement -- Andre Gribou.

"Passion Works" tells of an Athens-based art studio that showcases the works of adult artists who overcome limitations to reach new creative and artistic achievements. This one-hour documentary, produced and directed by Blis Hanousek DeVault and edited by Eric Anderson, shows how an active community arts program can inspire, transform, and even transport people to reach new passions and new places, regardless of the person's history, social standing, physical limitations, or so-called disabilities.

"Gridiron Glory," a student-produced high school football program, has been awarded the Student Production Award. Students cited for this award are recent graduates Terrence Theege and Anthony Tynan, and current students Matthew Barnes, Kimberly Kanner, and Evan Shaw. Mike Rodriguez is the supervising producer.

The 43rd Annual Midwestern Regional EMMY Awards will be held on June 23, 2007, at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus.

Information about the Passion Works studio can be found at www.passionworks.org or www.woub.org/passionworks. Information about "Gridiron Glory" can be found at www.woub.org/gridiron.
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