Our Team Has Received The Following Awards AND RECOGNITIONS

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Eight-time Emmy Award Winner

Five-time Gold Aegis Award Winner

Ten-time Telly Award Winner


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  • 2023 – Named Top Creative Agency in the USA
  • 2023 – Named member of Forbes Communications Council
  • 2021: – Received top Telly Award for Portmeirion Botanic Garden DRTV Campaign.
  • 2020 – Named one of the Top Ad Agencies in the US by Design Rush
  • 2009 to 2018: – TVA featured in Newsweek, LA Times, Ad Age, Adweek, Amusement Business, Marketing News, Direct, Electronic Retailer, Film & Video, PBS, RESPONSE, etc.
  • 2008 – Awarded national media campaigns for the hit movies, “Bottle Shock” and “Nobel Son” (TVA’s CEO, Jeffery Goddard was executive producer).
  • 2007 – co-Produced nationally televised ceremony “The CAMIE Awards
  • 2006 – Launched national media campaigns for Klegg USA with Paula Abdul; and for best-selling books, “The Smartest Investment Book You’ll Ever Read,” “Weapons of Mass Distortion,” “John Goddard’s The Survivor” and “The Alcoholism and Addiction Cure.”
  • 2005 – TVA’s VNR for Space Adventures breaks all-time viewing record.
  • 2004 – TVA creates hit newsmagazines “Entertainment World News” and “Political World News.”
  • 2003 – DVD for Cessna Aircraft wins The Aegis, Telly, Omni, Aime, Axiem, and Videographer awards.
  • 2002 – “Business World News” reaches 75 million households nationwide.
    • – VNRs for Universal Studiosand Nickelodeon break viewing records.
    • – United Airlines commences in-flight airings for TVA’s newsmagazines.
  • 2001 – TVA purchases self-contained studio compound just south of CBS Studios in Studio City.
  • 2000 – “Business World News” featured in Investor’s Business Daily, LABJ, and on KCET TV.
  • 1999 – Commenced national airings of newsmagazine show “Business World News”
  • 1998 – Co-produced the largest outdoor spectacular on the East Coast and in Six Flags history.
  • 1998 – Received five Gold Aegis Awards for Cessna, Daewoo, Litton Industries, Nickelodeon, and Highlander (the TV series).
  • 1997 – Featured on The Learning Channel’s “How’d They Do That?”; Produced hit shows for Nickelodeon and Highlander; Commenced production on news-magazine show “Business World News.”
  • 1996 – Received two Telly Awardsin 3D Computer Graphics/Animation and Best Special Interest Video; Produced a film-based attraction (five-stories high) for theme-park in Dubai, U.A.E.; TVA conducts 7th annual New Media Symposium at BonAventure Hotel
  • 1995 – TVA finished production of the world’s largest WaterScreen show in Shanghai, China
  • 1994 – TVA conducted its 5th annual New Media Symposium at BonAventure Hotel (2,500+ in attendance)
  • 1993 – Received five Telly Awards in Computer Animation; TV Pilot; Marketing; and Direct-Response TV
  • 1991 – 2008 Featured in PBS’ Special “Power in the Pacific”; Judge for the Emmy Awards

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