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The city of West Hollywood won an Emmy Award in the category of Public Service Announcement (PSA) for WeHoTV Channel’s 60-second video “Winter is Here! But the Drought is Far From Over.”
The winners of the 68th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards were announced on Saturday, July 23 at the Saban Media Center at the Television Academy. Mayor Lauren Meister, director of communications Lisa Marie Belsanti, public information officer Joshua Schare, and assistant to the city manager Janet Jimenez accepted the award. Winners were selected by national and Los Angeles-area peer group members of the Television Academy.
“The city of West Hollywood’s Communications Department consistently produces award-winning materials for community outreach and engagement. I’m proud of this achievement and the high caliber of the work we do,” Meister said. “This ‘Game of Thrones’-inspired drought parody is just one example of how West Hollywood utilizes creativity and innovation to capture the imaginations of people in our community.”
Created as a mock TV-series preview trailer, the one-minute video takes audiences on a dramatic journey. However, instead of traveling through the mythical land of Westeros in “Game of Thrones,” viewers tour what West Hollywood would be like if the drought continues. The video can be viewed at www.youtu.be/ybKFa2X6RB8.
The video was developed and produced by West Hollywood’s Communications Department. Creative services were provided by Zoo Crew Productions and director Josh Morgerman of Symblaze.
The video was released in partnership with “Change the Course,” a water sustainability campaign that inspires people to conserve.
For information, call Lisa Marie Belsanti at (323)848-6378.
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