Limelight Communications

Awards

Awards

We've been producing award-winning work for our clients since 1984. As you browse this page, imagine your organization benefiting from an effective video campaign from Limelight Communications.

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Silver Anvil

The Silver Anvil is the most prestigious award in the public relations industry, bestowed by the Public Relations Society of America. Limelight's video work was recognized as a key element in two national public relations campaigns that were awarded the Silver Anvil: The CRISIS Program, a series of powerful videos depicting the deteriorating condition of New York's roads and bridges that resulted in a dedicated transportation tax; and The Digestive Health Initiative, a five-year public education campaign focusing on the prevention of digestive diseases.

Telly Award

Limelight has won numerous Tellys, including awards for Red Alert! Washington's Unhealthy Air, produced for the Sierra Club; Home Air Care, a nationally-distributed educational video on hazardous indoor air pollutants, produced for the American Lung Association; and Rabbit Ears, a humorous ad campaign promoting cable television.

Thoth Award

Awarded by the Public Relations Society of America for The Crisis Program, a public information campaign educating New Yorkers on the need for a dedicated tax to fix the state's deteriorating roads and bridges.

Creativity in Public Relations Award

Awarded by Inside PR magazine for The Aerosol Adventure, an educational video which uses humor and fantasy to dispel misconceptions about the use of CFC's in consumer aerosol products. Distributed to high schools across the country.

New York Festivals Award

Hosted by former U.S. Surgeon General, C. Everett Koop, Today's Science, Tomorrow's Practice, celebrates achievements in gastroenterology over the past century. This video was the central feature of a pleanary session before 12,000 physicians and researchers on the 100th anniversary of the American Gastroenterological Association.

Aurora Award

Awarded Platinum Best of Show for Red Alert: Washington's Unhealthy Air. Produced for the Sierra Club, this public information video alerts viewers to the health problems caused by air pollution from excessive traffic and sprawl in the Washington, D.C. region.

Cindy Award

For Project Impact, a compelling video profiling one of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's most visible programs. The nationally-distributed video instructs local communities how to avoid damage from natural disasters by implementing preventive techniques.

Communicator Award

Limelight has won a number of Communicator Awards including the Crystal Award of Excellence for Antibiotics in Livestock: A Human Health Threat, produced for the Sierra Club, and for The Big Ford Store, a regional television spot that includes original animation and jingle.

Videographer Award

For DDW Live!, a live news show covering the annual convention of the world's top medical associations in gastroenterology. The show featured interviews with premiere clinicians in the field, pre-produced video packages, an anchor desk, roving reporters and 15 hours of live news coverage over four days.

Golden Reel Award

For John Lewis, a moving profile of the renowned civil rights leader and U.S. Congressman, produced for the National Council of La Raza.

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Washington, DC International Film Festival's Rosebud Award

For a humorous short video on former Washington, D.C. mayor Marion Barry. The video, performed by political comedy troupe, Gross National Product, aired on PBS.

Axiem Award

Awarded for Absolute Excellence In Electronic Media. Limelight was honored for designing and creating an animated show open for DDW Live!, a live television broadcast of a major medical convention.

Vision Award

For Home Air Care, a nationally-distributed educational video on hazardous indoor air pollution, produced for the American Lung Association.



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