M/C/C Wins Three Telly Awards for Its Innovative Video Storytelling and Production

M/C/C Wins Three Telly Awards for Its Innovative Video Storytelling and 
Agency Receives High Honors for Its Video Production Work in the B2B
and B2C Space 
DALLAS, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 06/19/13 --  Dallas-based integrated
marketing communications agency, M/C/C, continues to celebrate this
spring's award season by adding three prestigious Telly Awards to its
collection of award-winning video work. Known as one of the greatest
industry achievements, the Telly Awards honor outstanding local,
regional and cable TV commercials and programs, the finest video and
film productions, and online commercials, video and films. The agency
won one Silver Telly for its promotional video for Trilogy Circuits
and two Bronze Telly Awards for its own holiday, e-greeting video and
client Privus Mobile's "Swine Flew" video. With nearly 11,000 entries
from the U.S. and numerous countries, the agency is proud to have its
video production work listed next to the best brands in the world. 
M/C/C earned the highest honor of a Silver Telly for Trilogy
Circuits' "Anything You Can Imagine" video. The video creatively
portrays the assembly of electronic circuit boards by highlighting
the design, fabrication and assembly of the boards showing that the
company provides 'anything you can imagine.' 
"When we produce a video for a client, we learn as much as we can
about their brand so we can create a multi-sensory story that
displays their product or service, while remaining true to what they
do," said Todd Brashear, vice president, creative of M/C/C. "For
example, we followed Trilogy Circuits' own three-part production
process from the design to the manufacturing of its circuit boards.
In doing so, we gave the company's circuit boards and associated
technology a beautiful story through video." 
M/C/C also earned two Bronze Telly awards. The first was for Privus
Mobile's "Swine Flew" video. The agency concepted an animated video
around the theme of the farm animals in the mobile game/App. The
second Bronze Telly was awarded for M/C/C's holiday, e-greeting video
titled, "Nutcracker Suite 275." Featuring a five-foot tall nutcracker
that leaves nutshells everywhere and plays practical jokes on all
employees, M/C/C's holiday video demonstrates the culture of the
agency and a creative take on seasonal greetings. The holiday video
was distributed via email and social networks to clients, partners
and friends of the agency during the holiday season in 2012. 
"M/C/C utilizes its knowledge and expertise to produce innovative
videos that fit our clients' brands," said Mike Crawford, president
of M/C/C. "We are honored to be recognized for our video production
and storytelling and are proud of the success we have achieved for
our clients." 
Approximately 25 percent of entries are chosen as winners of the
Bronze Telly, while less than 10 percent of entries are chosen as
winners of the Silver Telly. 
"The Telly Awards has a mission to honor the very best in film and
video," said Linda Day, executive director of the Telly Awards.
"M/C/C's accomplishment illustrates their creativity, skill and
dedication to their craft and serves as a testament to great film and
video production."  
About M/C/C
 Dallas-based M/C/C provides marketing, advertising,
public relations, Internet marketing, social media marketing, video
production and research for companies ranging from growing start-ups
to global industry leaders. Several of M/C/C's clients dominate their
trades, including Texas Instruments, Harris CapRock and Chuck E.
Cheese's. The agency's mantra, "living the unexpected," has not only
helped clients exceed their marketing goals, but has also
consistently made M/C/C one of the top public relations, social media
and advertising agencies in Dallas for more than 26 years. For
additional information, please visit http://mccom.com, or M/C/C's
social media properties on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Plus
and YouTube. 
Media Contact:
Rebecca Renfroe
Public Relations Manager
972-480-8383 ext. 217
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