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Congratulations Philo Winners!

Each year, the Alliance For Community Media Central States Region salutes the best community programming with a video contest, the Philo Festival Of Media Arts Video Competition. AccessVision has once again been honored with six "Philo" awards for videos created by its volunteers and staff.

Josh Holderbaum was a Winner in the Arts & Cultural Awareness (non-professional) category for “Culture At The Creek - Kingman Museum Collection”.

Tom Morris was a Winner in the Children’s Programming (professional) category for “Westlake News 12-8-17”.

Dacia Bridges was a Winner in the Children’s Programming (non-professional) category for "The Wishing Stone".

Jeff Smith was a Finalist in the Instructional (professional) category for “Coin Show #48 State Quarter Doubled Dies”.

Mike Campbell & Carl English were Winners in the Military (non-professional) category for “Mosaic Military”.

Cameo Artists Productions were Winners in the Underserved Voices (non-professional) category for the “Face To Face With Dave Eddy” episode “Pearl Harbor Anniversary”.

Congratulations to all the Winners and Finalists! You can view the award-winning videos by clicking on the links above.

Award recipients will be honored at the Central States ACM Annual Conference and Trade Show held in Alliance, OH on October 27th.

With over 250 entries in multiple categories, the Philos are a recognition of excellence in non-commercial cable access programming. The awards are named after Philo T. Farnsworth, inventor of the first receiving tube for television transmissions.