San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2006
At this year’s 27th Annual Telly Awards, Matthews | Evans | Albertazzi (MEA), a fully integrated marketing strategy and services firm (http://www.measd.com), was awarded a bronze statuette recognizing their work on a campaign for Toshiba’s Notebook Computer Division – a product demo of a 4-in-1 portable home entertainment center called Qosmio™.
Founded in 1978, the Telly Awards honor the most outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions and work created for the Web, from the most respected advertising agencies, production companies, television stations, cable operators, and corporate video departments around the world. It is a widely known and highly respected national and international competition, receiving over 12,000 entries annually from all 50 states and many foreign countries.
Of the creative achievement, President David Herscott said, “We are proud of the creative work we produce at MEA, both online and off. We work tirelessly to ensure that everything we do is strategic as well as innovative and imaginative. This award is a compliment to the unwavering dedication by the MEA staff and the undeniable power of a single great idea.”
The judging panel of this year’s Telly Awards was composed of past winners, including distinguished advertising, production, and other creative professionals. While entries do not compete with one other, they are held up against the highest standards of excellence, with less than one-fourth of applicants receiving bronze and only one out of ten receiving silver.
About Matthews | Evans | Albertazzi
Taking a media-agnostic approach to creative brand marketing, MEA provides its clients with smart, uncommon marketing ideas designed to build their businesses. MEA creates integrated marketing communications programs in advertising, design, interactive, direct marketing and public relations for leading brands including Callaway Golf Company, Oakley, Toshiba Notebook Computers, Centurion Boats, and others. For more information visit http://www.measd.com.